Racism

Het gevaar van angst. Hypochonderen in Fukushima (Tinkebell)

Review
Inge van de Ven
11/12/2018
8 minutes to read

In 'Het gevaar van Angst. Hypochonderen' in Fukushima gebruikt kunstenares Tinkebell het in 2011 door de kernramp  getroffen Japanse gebied als haar persoonlijke speeltuin

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Challenging the politics of knowledge, continued

Column
Jan Blommaert
24/11/2018
9 minutes to read

Jan Blommaert: 'In the discussion on the politics of knowledge, the political-economic dimension is absent. Academics can do more and better things in attempts to redress existing racial and gender inequalities.'

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The Help (Movie director: Tate Taylor. Book author: Kathryn Stockett)

Review
Julia van der Staak
23/05/2018
7 minutes to read

The movie 'The Help', first released in 2011, is based on the well known and like-named novel, by Kathryn Stockett. The story is a good portrayal of multiculturalism and inequality within the American society of the 1960s. 

Pauline Hanson, a good ol’ Aussie 


Article
Bin Chen
17/12/2018
8 minutes to read

Australia has seen Hanson call Islam a disease and belittle Asians for not assimilating and forming ghettos instead. In this essay, Bin Chen looks into the xenophobic discourse Hanson used on ethnic minorities in Australia.

The power of humour in combatting racism

Article
Rowie van Hagen
13/03/2018
5 minutes to read

Racism is nothing new in sports, let alone in international associated football. Can humour and wit be appropriate measures in combatting racism, or will they serve as a force that normalizes racism in society?

Fertility day in Italy: Hurry Up!

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