27.03.2020
Algorithmic Governmentality and the Death of Politics

What is algorithmic governmentality? What transformations are the tech revolution catalysing in society and politics? In this in-depth conversation, legal philosopher Antoinette Rouvroy questions the drive to rationalise all aspects of life through data and sets out possibilities for alternatives.

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18.03.2020
On the Love and Rage of Extinction Rebellion

How can Extinction Rebellion move from insurrection to renewal?

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11.03.2020
Threads of Political Ecology: A Review

The Green European Journal has put together a selection mapping some of the major currents that have shaped political ecology in recent years and which continue to do so.

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20.01.2020
EuropaCity: a “Hyper-place” for a Globalised Europe?

This gargantuan project has aroused public enthusiasm and anger in equal measure, and continues to hold lessons for understanding people’s relationships with cities.

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24.10.2019
Under the Paving Stones, a Vegetable Garden

Greening citizenship – through gardening practices – offers an opportunity for self-government with radical potential to re-balance the relationship between people and the natural world.

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03.10.2019
The Creeping Advance of Working from Home

Homeworking is becoming routine for more and more people. But what does this shift mean for our relationship to work, time and space?

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16.08.2019
An Eco-Social Perspective on Transhumanism

Tracing the rise of transhumanism, the techno-utopian philosophy that provides no answer to social and environmental crisis.

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22.07.2019
Do We Want to Advance Towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

In the first of a three-part series, we look at how blind optimism must be replaced by a societal debate in which technological advances are held accountable.

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09.07.2019
Sex in Colonial Empires and Its Legacy in Europe Today

Feminist and historian Christelle Taraud discusses her research into the representation of race and sex in North Africa under French colonial rule and its legacy today.

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