On virtual exhibition trends emerging during the coronavirus pandemic, considering aesthetic and colonial legacies of 'IRL' museums
New peer-reviewed publication 'Rewriting Postcards: Experiments in Collaborative Transnational Curation' available as open access download
An "explosive new volume" that asks: How are pathways to asylum shaped by neoliberal capitalism? And how are people resisting profit-making structures within the asylum industry?
Postcards have played a role in colonial expansion, social justice activism, and simple transnational communication. We're engaging with the legacies and uses of postcards in the GlobalGRACE project.
My latest journalistic article, published in Teen Vogue. While a different audience than I'm used to writing for, I'm quite heartened that there's an appetite for feminist discourse analysis in a publication targeted at young women. The editing process was also different from usual. I would not have made the same headlining/ standfirst choices, so it … Continue reading Publication: Teen Vogue
My analysis of the 2016 U.S. presidential election outcome, first posted on this blog, has been republished by the antipodean magazine of leftist discussion, Australian Options. If you want to read it (again, and now with illustrations!) you can download the pdf here. Side note: I gave my first academic paper at a 2008 conference, held in Manchester, … Continue reading “Why Trump” republished in Australian magazine