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About Mariangela Palladino

Mariangela Palladino is a lecturer in Postcolonial Studies at the University of Keele, and has previously held academic posts at the universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Coimbra (Portugal). Her research interests are at the intersection of postcolonial literatures and cultures, migration and diaspora, and interdisciplinary methods. Mariangela is a member of the Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network GRAMNet

Articles by Mariangela Palladino

This week’s front page editor

Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Borderlands: words against walls

Both material and figurative walls are shaping our present. Now is the time for the arts and humanities to intervene with critical reflection and compassion into spaces of ‘crisis’

The arts and humanities: tackling the challenges of mass displacement

When we let people die rather than provide safety, we face not a ‘refugee crisis’ but a crisis of values. The arts help define those values which shape the kinds of societies we want to live in. 

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