In this short animation, ‘How Austerity Alters Lives and Futures’, former ISRF Fellow Professor Sarah Marie Hall explores the impacts of austerity cuts in the UK.
On 2 July 2022, St John’s College (University of Oxford) will be hosting a workshop on The Social Subject: Intersubjectivity, Psychoanalysis, and Hegel.
Former ISRF Fellow Deana Heath will be launching latest book, Colonial Terror: Torture and Violence in Colonial India.
In this contribution to ISRF Bulletin 25, Lauren Martin uses a family detention centre based in rural Texas to reflect upon the nature of, and limits to, financialisation as it relates to contemporary racial capitalism.
Mike Makin-Waite reflects on how civic mediation practices may help to de-escalate protest scenarios.
In this film short, ‘Intertwining Threads’, former ISRF Mid-Career Fellow Dr Lisa Taylor captures a collaborative art project with an ex-industrial carpet manufacturing community in West Yorkshire.
Jill Gibbon has visited many international arms fairs disguised as a consultant. There she learned that in the global arms trade, only the needs of the customer truly count.
Putin’s war has rekindled the civilisational clash between democracy and authoritarianism. However, a fundamental contradiction lies at the heart of Western foreign policy: economic liberalism undermines democracy promotion.