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CRITIQUE Interview with Maggie FitzGerald

An interview with Maggie FitzGerald on her book Care and the Pluriverse, by CRITIQUE Fellow Camilo Ardila Arévalo. Hi Dr. Maggie FitzGerald. Thank you so much for accepting this short and informal conversation with CRITIQUE. I found your work Care and the Pluriverse: Rethinking Global Ethics truly insightful and fascinating. […]

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CRITIQUE 2020-2022: Looking Back, Moving Forward

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Looking Back… Since its founding, CRITIQUE has brought together scholars from across Schools and Colleges at University of Edinburgh in a dynamic hub for ethical and critical analysis of urgent social challenges such as climate change, economic exploitation, racial segregation, gender oppression, and political violence. Deeply committed to methodological pluralism, […]

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Recording Book Launch: Political Memory and the Aesthetics of Care with Mihaela Mihai

Recording of the launch of Political Memory and the Aesthetics of Care  (Stanford University Press, 2022) by Mihaela Mihai. Lawrie Balfour, University of Virginia  The event featured:  Joseph Winters, Duke University David Sorfa, Edinburgh University Peter Davies, Edinburgh University Nida Alahmad, Edinburgh University The recording of the Event is available […]

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Rosa Luxemburg at 150 – A Podcast

To mark Women’s History Month, genderED, RACE.ED, CRITIQUE, and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) present Rosa Luxemburg at 150, a podcast featuring  Dr Maša Mrovlje, Dr Jamie Allinson and Dr Mihaela Mihai. This episode explores Luxemburg’s life, political and intellectual activities, and asks: what makes Luxemburg […]

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CRITIQUE Exchange: Interview with Professor Stephen M. Gardiner on climate change and philosophy

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This conversation took place following Prof Gardiner’s virtual visit to Edinburgh University in September 2021. Members of CRITIQUE’s Environmental Working Group, Joseph Conrad, Grace Garland, and Talia Shoval, asked Prof Gardiner about moral corruption, the recent COP26 event in Glasgow, non-anthropocentric dimensions of climate justice, and the public role of […]

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Recording of Roundtable on Training Environmentally Responsible Students

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This roundtable event took place on 27 October 2021 and was an initiative of CRITIQUE’s Environmental Working Group. The roundtable was intentionally exploratory and cross-disciplinary, with scholars from UoE representing Sociology; Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies; Politics and International Relations; and Architecture. The discussion drew on insights from teachers and researchers […]

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