Thinking with Rancière: the dissensual politics of Extinction Rebellion

By Alex Scott This short piece centres on themes explored in a current research project which explores to what extent the Extinction Rebellion social movement can be conceived as what Jacques Rancière calls an ‘properly political moment’. The blog post will briefly summarise some of Rancière’s key ideas before considering how useful a Rancièrian framingContinue reading “Thinking with Rancière: the dissensual politics of Extinction Rebellion”

Navigating Palestinian (in)visibility through film

By Mari Jones My dissertation findings will emerge from the analysis of two documentary films on women in Palestine, and will aim to discuss the political implications of film analysis as a research method. This blog post maps out the history of film use in Palestine more broadly and introduces the political philosophy of JacquesContinue reading “Navigating Palestinian (in)visibility through film”