Alexandra Bulat discusses her use of drawings, flipcharts and comment cards as multimodal ethnography for researching attitudes towards EU immigrationRead More
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How do children encounter, experience, and engage with public life? How having things ‘in common’ has influenced our forthcoming exhibition and bookRead More
A special issue that Melissa, Vinnarasan and me have edited for Contemporary Social Science,’Political activism across the life course‘ has just been published! The publishing of the issue rounds up a journey we set off on about a year ago, in our “Activism on the edge of age” workshop – which we organised last June …Read More
Rebecca Webb explains the influence of Rancière’s work on the project, and how notions of ‘rights’ and the ‘political’ child can be interrupted and disrupted by our participantsRead More
As the election in Greece approaches, a tense atmosphere has overtaken the city of Athens. Political ads, of any form and medium, are flooding the public discourse, as is to be expected in pre-election times, let alone in the context of such a crucial election. Among the television ads of political parties, unsurprisingly, there are some that depict children.Read More