Participants in the protests following the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota have emphasised historical continuity in the experience of racist oppression in the United States.
With the advent of COVID-19, the fear of terrorism – the world’s overriding security concern since 9/11 – has faded into the background.
Gerard Lee McKeever’s new book Dialectics of Improvement: Scottish Romanticism, 1786-1831 is published this month in the ‘Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism’ series. To mark the occasion, Dr McKeever spoke to series co-editor Professor Penny Fielding.
Andrew Ferguson discusses Common Good Law and the curious case of Princes Street Gardens
Making Renaissance Literature Matter Now: Wendy Beth Hyman and Hillary Eklund discuss five practical strategies for pursuing justice in the classroom
“One Day More”: Les Misérables and the Hong Kong Protests
Tom Ue discusses the relation between Les Misérables and the Hong Kong Protests