Thomas Pierret, Lecturer in Contemporary Islam, University of Edinburgh
How will social media shape our understandings of identity and privacy in the twenty-first century? This was just one of the questions posed by José van Dijck, Professor of Comparative Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, in a lecture held at Wolfson College this week to launch a new FLJS programme in social media.
Legal and gender experts from the UK, US, and Europe yesterday outlined their responses to the controversial policy proposals by the European Commission to introduce quotas as a means of combating
On Wednesday 26 February, Max Watson, Wolfson College Fellow and Director of the Political Economy of Financial Markets programme at St Anthony’s College, drew on his thirty years of experience at the European Union and International Monetary Fund to outline the key lessons from the previous decades of crisis management that were forgotten in the handling of the Eurozone crisis.