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focaal_admin , October 20th, 2020
Tiny bodies, the remains of little children entombed without name or mercy, are uncovered in Tuam, a small Irish town in Co. Galway in the west of Ireland,…
Alexandra Frankel , October 15th, 2018
In the era of #MeToo, we need collective liberation, not the tears and tantrums of white male entitlement. In less than the time it takes you to read…
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Alexandra Frankel , May 10th, 2018
We cannot fully comprehend today’s activism without the complex histories of Black women’s struggles against sexual violence. Several years ago I interviewed a retired scholar who was one…
Scott Schwartz , February 19th, 2017
The physicist Wolfgang Pauli famously derided those with whom he disagreed using the insult, “you’re not even wrong.” This stinging reprimand was meant to imply that a proposed…
Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , January 17th, 2016
Misogyny at the Trinidad Guardian… Maybe I am a prude, but is it ok for a national newspaper to regularly publish a column whose language, imagery and content…
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Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds/Blogs , January 17th, 2016
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my last column for the Guardian under their current editor, who i think fired me for calling out his star columnist for being a sexist… Maybe I am…
Bree Blakeman , April 25th, 2015
I’ve been reading David Graeber’s The Utopia of Rules: on technology, stupidity, and the secret joys of bureaucracy lately. Slowly I should say – I’ve been…
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