Exploring the silencing of indigenous knowledge as a form of epistemic violence — and how to mitigate it.
By Phaedra Haringsma
In our interview with Erik, we explore why the gender gap might be redundant for explaining increased hostility, and why the narrative of war as glorified needs to be recontructed
By Stefano Cisternino
We interview Andrew Delatolla, the art student turned political activist, on homocolonialism, power dynamics, inclusion and exclusion across academia, and the hurdles young academics commonly face.
By Phaedra Haringsma
The current recruitment and training process of women Peacekeepers into the South African National Defence Force isn’t allowing for effective gender inclusion.
By Stefano Cisternino
LGBTQ+ personnel working in the US military are affected by increasing cases of sexual orientation discrimination.
By Stefano Cisternino
During the pandemic, there has been a surge in hate crimes in the US against the Asian American community. This blog investigates possible reasons.
By Stefano Cisternino
Online platforms can legitimise and strengthen misogyny within Nepal’s society, which can lead to the silencing of female journalists.
By Stefano Cisternino
Di Lellio et al show how art changes mindset. They explain how an installation called Thinking of You challenged public discourse on Kosovo’s wartime rape.
By Stefano Cisternino
Rizkalla argues that the stigmatization of First Nation men only as perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence (rarely as victims) leads to ineffective medical and social responses
By Stefano Cisternino
In this interview, we speak with Reena who tells us exactly why female researchers from the South need to be made more prominent across academia.
By Yasmine Finbow