What is ‘neoliberalism’?

The term 'neoliberalism' is banded around everywhere in the media - in online news, in books and on TV - and grows in ever more prominence but what does the concept actually mean? Neoliberalism is an economic and political ideology that has become widespread since the 1980s. It refers to how the economic model of... Continue Reading →


John M. Hull’s ‘Touching the Rock’

In Touching the Rock (1990), Hull provides an unflinching and deeply compelling account of his transition to complete blindness. The diary-like entries spread over four years describe what it's like to be a blind man - from his altering sense of space and time, to fatherhood, work, and his faith. John M. Hull, a Professor... Continue Reading →

‘Women and Power’ by Mary Beard

In the excellent short book Women and Power, classicist Mary Beard discusses the long history of women being silenced in the public sphere by taking the reader on a riveting journey through Western civilisation starting in Ancient Greece and ending in our contemporary Twitter-era. Beard argues that today's problematic issues around silencing women and/or punishing... Continue Reading →

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