Arianne Shahvisi is a writer, academic, and activist, focusing on gender, class, race, and borders. She has research interests in the philosophy of science and feminism, and works as an assistant professor of philosophy at the American University of Beirut.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaMoney where your mouth is: Salaita, freedom of speech, and the new market of education
I'd like to unpack the widespread idea that one's freedom of speech is relinquished when it is used in the form of...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaMigrant domestic workers in Lebanon: a case study in the global labour hierarchy of gender, race, and nationality
The plight of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon is not just a legal issue that can be solved by reforming the...