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I once was lost, but now… I’m a rebel?

by Matthew Stemp

01/11/2019 13:42

As Extinction Rebellion reaches its first birthday, it seems at a loss for what to do next. But, Matt Stemp suggests, if he is learning anything from his research, it is that it is okay to lose our way. PhD students often joke to each other that they are suffering from “impostor syndrome”. I must […]

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Roger Haydon Mitchell, a political theologian with the Westminster Theological Centre, reviews Anthony Reddie’s new book on theology and Brexit. Whatever now happens as far as Brexit is concerned, it is important to understand how we reached such a divided and traumatic state of affairs in the contemporary experience of life in the UK. Anthony […]

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Representing the End of the World

by Tim Howles

18/10/2019 08:59

Tim Howles, Associate Research Fellow at the William Temple Foundation, explores ecological collapse, Extinction Rebellion and the impending apocalypse, finding both despair and hope at the end of the world. On Friday 25th October, at the conclusion of their protests in London, Extinction Rebellion will be hosting what they are calling a post-apocalyptic rebellion after-party. […]

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