Monthly Archives: March 2016

Barbarism, Burnings and Becket 3

Beyond “decolonization”: towards an emancipatory discourse and practice. Our social media and public discourse has become increasingly polarised and polarising; there is little room for nuance, for reflection rather than point-scoring between “us” and “them”. This is the final in … Continue reading

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Barbarism, Burnings and Beckett 2

Barbarism, Burnings and Beckett 2   Our social media and public discourse has become increasingly polarised and polarising; there is little room for nuance, for reflection rather than point-scoring between “us” and “them”. This is the second in a series … Continue reading

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Barbarism, Burnings and Beckett 1

On art, statues, language and other burning issues Our social media and public discourse has become increasingly polarised and polarising; there is little room for nuance, for reflection rather than point-scoring between “us” and “them”. This is the first in … Continue reading

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