Anarchist academic reflects on what her recent brush with the law says about threats to academic freedom
Is the biomedical research facility dubbed ‘Sir Paul’s cathedral’ built on sound foundations?
John Elmes talks to Paul Jackson about the politics scholar’s central role during negotiations between the Nepalese government and Maoist rebels
A shocking film about the extent of sexual assault at US colleges has just toured UK universities. It is high time we took this problem seriously in Britain, says Nicole Westmarland, while US academic Jennifer Doyle warns that a paranoid overreaction poisons campus culture
Joe Moran on the little-known benefits of being a shrinking violet
Dale Salwak explains why he focuses on the people carrying out the translation process and their effects on the text we read
Lincoln Allison argues that it is becoming harder for academics to share controversial ideas
In the workplace and at the ballot box, it is time to reject stale ideology, says Thomas Docherty