Quarantining as Colonialism: An Auto-ethnographic Sociological Photo Essay

August 24th, 2021|0 Comments

By Gee Imaan Semmalar, Kent University After spending several months in India during the devastating “second wave” of the pandemic, I decided to travel back to the United Kingdom to continue research for my PhD. Academia is particularly unforgiving to postgraduate [...]

Control Your Face: The Need to Examine the Implications of Emotion Recognition & iBorderCtrl

August 12th, 2021|0 Comments

By Angela Paul, Northumbria University Affect or emotion recognition is a recent phenomenon that can be observed amongst the mass deployment of facial recognition technologies worldwide by several governments. The process of affect recognition involves recording and coding an individual’s [...]

Gender Diverse Youth, the Right to be Heard and a Misinterpretation of Harm: A Response to the Courts Following Bell v Tavistock

July 19th, 2021|0 Comments

By Meaghan Storey (University of Manchester), Radhika Anand (University of Manchester) and Edmund Horowicz (University of Liverpool) In December 2020, the English High Court heard a Judicial Review Application, R (on the application of) Quincy Bell and A v Tavistock and [...]

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