Friday Links!

Some interesting things we’ve come across this week, including some useful resources for academics:

  • As it happens to be February 14th, everyone who isn’t already familiar with it should learn a little more about V-Day, a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. This helpful interactive chart from the Guardian traces women’s rights across the world
  • Teresa May’s new plan can make foreign born terror suspects stateless, stripping them of British citizenship
  • The remarkable journey of Stuart Hall
  • The histories of violence project has a handy series of introductory lectures on key thinkers on the subject of violence. This includes a lecture on Arendt by Kimberley Hutchings, Michael Dillon on Foucault, and Julian Reid on Nietzsche
  • An update on the Iranian nuclear deal, from Sustainable Security – responses, potential impacts and moving forward

And for academics:



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