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This study shines a valuable spotlight on what UK and US media and politicians have began to call ‘the left behind’, says Lisa Mckenzie
Lisa Mckenzie admires the powerful use of the graphic novel to tell the story of Louise Michel, a 19th-century revolutionary feminist
For many working-class people, this was a referendum not on the EU but on their quality of life, writes Lisa Mckenzie
Book of the week: Why are those pushed into food poverty then stigmatised and shamed, asks Lisa Mckenzie
Lisa Mckenzie on a study of the personal stories of female workers in different industries and the challenges they faced
Scousers’ acts of resilience are celebrated in a study of the city’s struggles, says Lisa Mckenzie
Anarchist academic reflects on what her recent brush with the law says about threats to academic freedom
Lisa Mckenzie on a sobering American ethnography written with understanding and respect
The ‘first women’s museum in the UK’ turned out to be dedicated to Jack the Ripper. ‘Activist academic’ Lisa Mckenzie wants scholars to protest