I have arrived in Amsterdam for the Political Psychology Conference. I’m super stoked about this conference as it has a really great line-up of speakers. And on the subject of great speakers*, I’ll be presenting later today on some of my … Read More
Note: This post was originally published on the Oxford Uehiro Practical Ethics blog, to which I am a regular contributor. As many readers of this blog may know, in the last few years a “replication crisis” has caused intense soul searching in psychology … Read More
“I, an ethnic minority woman, cannot be racist or sexist towards white men because racism and sexism describe structures of privilege based on race and gender and therefore women of colour and minority genders cannot be racist or sexist, … Read More
As a working-class student and the first of my family to attend university at all, the traditions of Oxford were one of main reasons I applied here rather than elsewhere. There are many academically rigorous universities in the world. What … Read More
This morning I was thinking about my Gap Year in 2009, and how long ago that seems now.
The Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) recently voted to “condemn” the invitation of Marine LePen to speak at the Oxford Union (which is an entirely separate organization, for those outside of Oxford). In addition to condemning LePen and the Union … Read More