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Wither the plurality of decolonising the curriculum? Safe spaces and identitarian politics in the arts and humanities classroom (2022)
Journal Article

Contributing to the debate on decolonising the curriculum, this reflective article questions: What does a safe space in a decolonised classroom mean? For whom is it safe? And at what cost? Must we redraw the parameters of 'safe'? Prompted by a real-l... Read More about Wither the plurality of decolonising the curriculum? Safe spaces and identitarian politics in the arts and humanities classroom.

‘Social worker’ perceptions of organisational and professional changes to their work in Canada, England and South Africa (2021)
Thesis

Growing global inequality, austerity and retrogressive social policy (Basu et al., 2017) provide the context for social work practice. The profession is committed to empowering people and addressing social justice, inequality and social cohesion but... Read More about ‘Social worker’ perceptions of organisational and professional changes to their work in Canada, England and South Africa.

Ecologies of Indebtedness (2019)
Book Chapter

This collection brings together a range of perspectives of key thinkers on debt to provide a sociological analysis focused upon the social, political, economic, and cultural meanings of indebtedness.

Introduction: Towards a Sociology of Debt (2019)
Book Chapter

This collection brings together a range of perspectives of key thinkers on debt to provide a sociological analysis focused upon the social, political, economic, and cultural meanings of indebtedness.

Against the Humiliation of Thought: The university as a space of dystopic destruction and utopian potential (2019)
Journal Article

My objective in this paper is to write a pharmacology of the university by thinking about its relationship to systemic stupidity, intelligence, and the possibility of becoming. Starting with an exploration of the contemporary dystopia of drive-based... Read More about Against the Humiliation of Thought: The university as a space of dystopic destruction and utopian potential.