Following Boris Johnson’s comments on the removal of Oxford’s Cecil Rhodes statue, Edmund Kelly explores why statues don’t celebrate a shared history at all.Read More
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Emma Rath explores how society both perpetuates and facilitates sexual abuse and gender inequality.
Louis Capstick explores the central role of language in systemic and casual racism.
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Elizabeth Reynard explores the dual nature of history that our statues represent.
Matthew Doran explains the breadth and importance of a degree in Geography.
“There is a great chasm separating us. No one can cross over to you from here, and no one can cross over to us from there.’ Luke 16:26 The reported social conservatism of Oxford’s evangelical…
“As a white person, you will never feel the institutional force of it. If anything, you actually profit from it.”