Mihaela Mihai

New exhibition Life Support: Forms of Care in Art and Activism, co-curated by Critique’s Kirsten Lloyd

Life Support: Forms of Care in Art and Activism 14th August – 16th October, Glasgow Women’s Library. How have individuals and collectives imagined alternative ways of living and organising? Inspired by our communities and collections, Life Support considers how artists and activists have addressed and challenged experiences of care, health, education, housing and home […]

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A new Working Group within CRITIQUE

CRITIQUE’s Environmental Working Group has just been formed as a student-led initiative that places environmental questions at the centre of its exploration of social, political, and ethical theory. In accordance with the three main pillars of CRITIQUE – ethics, critique, and praxis – the group aims to serve as a […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Roundtable International Relations in a Post-Truth World – 6 October 2021, 3pm

Event co-hosted with Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos), SKAPE, CeSeR Questions of truth and expertise are at the forefront of global political debates, such that it is common to speak of a ‘post-truth’ world and a backlash against ‘expert’ knowledge. From Brexit to climate change, from the Syrian civil war to Covid-19, […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Roundtable Training Environmentally Responsible Students – 27 October 2021, 3pm

An initiative of CRITIQUE’s Environmental Working Group. This roundtable event invites insights from teachers and researchers from a range of subject areas who broadly share an interest in training environmentally responsible students at the University of Edinburgh. The conversation will explore the imperatives, pressures, obstacles, and opportunities experienced by academics […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics The Last Parents on Earth: Raising Children in a World in Crisis with Elizabeth Cripps (Edinburgh) – 3 November 2021, 3 pm

A Virtual Author-Meets-Critics with Liz Cripps  0n her forthcoming book The Last Parents on Earth: Raising Children in a World in Crisis (MIT Press, 2023) We raise our children in a flawed and fragile world. Climate change, pandemics, superbugs resistant to antibiotics. Extreme inequality, endemic poverty, institutionalised racism and sexism. What […]

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CRITIQUE-PTRG Seminar The Disposition to Discriminate – 10 November 2022, 3 pm

Pre-read, virtual seminar with Diana Popescu (Edinburgh University). To receive the paper and link to the event, please email Event co-sponsored with the Political Theory Research Group at the University of Edinburgh. In this paper I propose a dispositional theory of discrimination, which interprets the properties on the basis […]

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