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Economics 101

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 08/06/2024 - 4:00am in

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Why introductory economics courses continued to teach zombie ideas from before economics became an empirical discipline.

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Video: journalists flee as Israeli drone bombs them

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 16/05/2024 - 8:39am in

Yet more targeted attempts by Israel to murder journalists reporting on war crimes

Earlier today (15 May), a group of journalists in northern Gaza continued filming as they were targeted by an Israeli drone, with explosions audible in the background as they fled for cover. The footage, revealed by Middle East Eye, confirms again how deliberate is Israel’s targeting of journalists in its attempt to stop the world seeing its war crimes and abuse of human rights perpetrated on Palestinians:

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Israel has so far killed well over a hundred journalists, often bombed along with their family – and has summarily imprisoned dozens more, a level of targeting of journalists unprecedented even in the Second World War.

The murderousness of the occupying apartheid state and its desperation to avoid recognition of its genocide in Gaza and the issuance of warrants by the International Criminal Court make it all the more vital that these courageous journalists are protected and that western governments insist that international media are allowed free access to Gaza.

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Israel bans Al Jazeera as attack on journalism goes domestic

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 05/05/2024 - 10:46pm in

Seizure of broadcasting equipment and blocking of Israeli citizens’ access to website as Israel adds assault on dissenting voices in Gaza to its slaughter of journalists in Gaza

Israel has banned Arab broadcaster Al Jazeera from its territory – and blocked Israeli citizens from accessing the station’s channel and website – as it continues its assault on dissenting voices examining its mass murder of Palestinian civilians. The move comes as global support for Palestinians, and condemnation of Israel’s slaughter and maiming of more than 100,000 Palestinians in Gaza, continues to grow and Israel’s usual deceits and tactics to discredit opposition collapses. The ban will last for forty-five days initially, but is likely to keep being renewed.

The station showed a pre-recorded announcement from the head of its Israeli bureau confirming the government censorship – and its final live broadcast from Israeli territory was an interview with a journalist from Israeli paper Haaretz, speaking from his car, who condemned the ban and said it was quite possible he would be arrested when he got home because of the interview.

Israel has murdered well over a hundred journalists in Gaza since 7 October and prevents international journalists from entering the territory, apart from a handful who have been shepherded in and out for propaganda purposes. Now its war on journalism, free speech and truth has gone domestic.

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Violence erupts as pro-genocide mob assaults peaceful pro-Gaza students

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 01/05/2024 - 11:12pm in

Reality of who is violent cuts across ‘mainstream’ and pro-Israel propaganda – but media ‘both-sides’ the one-sided racist attack

A victim of the mob receives treatment

The propaganda of pro-Israel groups and ‘mainstream’ media was again exposed last night after a pro-Israel mob of around one hundred mounted an assault on University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) students protesting peacefully against Israel’s genocide in Gaza. Thugs attacked students with sticks, poles and chemical spray, pulled down barriers and tents and committed, according to a university administrator, ‘horrific acts of violence’ against young people demonstrating against war crimes. The assault began just before 6am today, UK time.

Police were reportedly slow to disperse the attackers.

Despite the one-sided violence, UK and US press have persisted in headlines that ‘both-sides’ the violence, presenting it as ‘clashes’ or ‘violence between groups’ in a sick echo of the language used by media to hide the reality of Israeli military and settler violence against Palestinians:

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Victorious smear victim takes aim at ‘antisemitism’ lawyer who misled court

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 21/04/2024 - 11:15pm in

Zionist Mark Lewis panned by James Wilson in series of Twitter posts

Earlier this month, university lecturer James Wilson won substantial damages from two so-called ‘antisemitism campaigners’ who had foully smeared and endangered him and his family in their efforts to discredit him as an opponent of the ‘left antisemitism’ narrative that supporters of Israel have weaponised for almost a decade now against supporters of Palestinian human and political rights.

Now the victorious Wilson has taken aim in his social media feed at Zionist lawyer Mark Lewis, who at one time represented at least two of the defendants. Lewis, a pro-Israel activist who spoke about ‘unapologetic Zionism’ at the launch of a UK pro-Israel group considered by many to be far-right and boasted of wanting to make people whom he considered ‘antisemites’ homeless, has been lionised by the Zionist right for his pursuit of their opponents.

He has also been sanctioned by the Solicitors Regulation Authority for abusive conduct on social media – and wished a young Jewish supporter of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour dead – and was heavily criticised by a judge in a different case for his conduct of the case and his lack of proper research on behalf of his clients:

a matter of very real concern that the Claimants put evidence before the Court, on an ex parte application, that was not true…

…he had simply failed to carry out sufficient (or any) research or to take adequate instructions from his clients.

And, as James Wilson has pointed out – alongside much more – Lewis was forced to apologise to the court for providing misleading information in Wilson’s suit about the financial health of one (by the time of the hearing, apparently former) client, Edward Cantor who, he had claimed, did not own property that could be sold to pay any penalty levied by the court:

As Luke Turner, who responded to Wilson’s posts, pointed out, Lewis’s distaste for ‘antisemites’ did not prevent him representing two extreme right-wingers – described by the judge in the case as bullying and ‘whiffing’ of antisemitism – when they wanted to sue Turner for posts about them:

And in a pair of posts showing screenshots of communications from Lewis, Wilson – himself a now non-practising solicitor – showed that Lewis demanded thousands of pounds, from the victim of the smear, to settle Lewis’s case against them, while expressing his and his clients’ expectation of victory in the case and repeating that Cantor owned nothing that could be used to pay any penalty. The tactic and the refusal to accept Wilson’s settlement proposal racked up enormous legal costs for the failed defendants:

And Wilson concluded his posts – for now at least – by taking aim at Simon Myerson, a supporter of Israel and part-time judge recently sanctioned for abusive comments on social media. Myerson had shared a post calling Wilson the ‘scum of the earth’, which the judge in Wilson’s case described as:

abuse of the same dehumanising kind as was used of Jewish people by the Nazis in the 1930s.

The judge also rejected the defence’s claim that Wilson’s correspondence with Myerson about his sharing of the abusive post demonstrated any kind of aggression or unreasonableness on Wilson’s part.

As Jewish author Michael Rosen, who was also targeted by some of the same people, pointed out, perhaps with his tongue firmly lodged in his cheek, it is noteworthy that the UK ‘mainstream’ press – which will run for weeks with any allegation against a left-winger or supporter of Palestinians – has shown no interest in covering the outcome of the Wilson case or the abusive conduct of those on the losing, pro-Israel, side:

However, Skwawkbox has covered the case in full and a timeline of it can be found here.

The case is not the first conducted by Lewis against supporters of Palestinian rights that ended poorly for his clients. In 2020 Jane Heybroek, a human rights barrister, won a stunning victory when actress Tracy-Ann Oberman and TV presenter Rachel Riley dropped their libel claim against her over an article retweeted by Heybroek criticising their behaviour and contributed toward her legal costs defending the action.

Mark Lewis was asked for comment about Wilson’s comments and analysis but had not responded at the time of writing. He was also ‘tagged’ by Wilson at the start of his Twitter analysis about Lewis’s involvement in the case:

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Transforming economics teaching

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 06/03/2024 - 10:32pm in

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In the March 2024 issue of IMF’s F&D, Director Wendy Carlin explains how a new approach to economics education can help address pressing societal problems.

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Labour ‘set to suspend’ Rochdale candidate despite grovelling apology to Israel supporters

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 11/02/2024 - 12:38pm in

Labour in chaos, accused of ‘throwing’ campaign to avoid fallout if they lose to Galloway

Labour has been accused of throwing the Rochdale by-election to minimise political damage, after rumours that it is about to suspend its candidate Azhar Ali over his social media posts about the 7 October raid, despite a grovelling apology.

Ali’s posts accusing Israel of complicity in the Hamas raid were leaked to hostile press, triggering an abject apology to ‘the Jewish community’:

Ali’s claim that Egypt said it informed Israel of the raid well before it happened is entirely true. However, his willingness to stand for a party led by Keir Starmer, who has supported Israel’s ‘right’ to commit its war crimes against the Palestinians has already seen videos posted of him being ordered to leave doorsteps during his attempts to campaign. Such has been the contrast with the reception given to Workers Party GB leader George Galloway, a firm supporter of the Palestinians, that Galloway’s odds to win the by-election have been slashed from 16-1 to 2-1.

Suspending Ali would effectively end Labour’s campaign in the by-election, with no possibility to stand another candidate less than three weeks before polling day. Cynics have pointed out that the political fallout from exiting the election would be less damaging than Galloway beating Ali in a fair fight and accused the party of engineering the default. What is clear, however, is that Labour is once again in complete chaos.

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Israeli media discussing ‘horrifying’ mass ‘friendly fire’ killings by IDF – but UK media stay silent

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 19/01/2024 - 11:14am in

Mass murder of Israeli citizens by country’s own military during Hamas raid has been a topic of discussion in Israeli papers and TV for some time – now it is an acknowledged fact, yet UK media still talking as if it never happened

Cars burned – it’s now clear by Israeli rockets – on a road from an Israeli rave to the Gaza border in October

Israeli media has begun to freely discuss as fact the mass murder of Israeli citizens by so-called ‘friendly fire’ from the IDF during the 7 October Hamas raid near Israel’s border with Gaza.

The reality of the killings has not been treated with any serious doubt by Israeli papers and broadcasters for weeks – they could hardly do otherwise, when they have interviewed survivors who have talked about it, Israeli police have admitted it and even the IDF issued a statement to Israeli press saying it would not be ‘morally sound’ to investigate the ‘immense and complex’ deaths its troops, tankers and pilots had caused on that day.

But now a new article in Israeli paper Haaretz – including quotes from a similar article by Yediot Aharonot, a more right-wing paper than Haaretz – discusses the ‘friendly fire’ attacks by Israeli tank fire and helicopter missiles as established fact with Asa Kasher, the Israeli army’s ‘ethics chief’. For example:

Kasher discussed another incident that took place on October 7, on the Israeli border with Gaza. According to an investigation conducted by the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot, troops received orders to prevent hostages from being taken into Gaza by force, if necessary.

Around 12:00 P.M. on October 7, IDF helicopters strafed cars attempting to cross the border.

The burned cars and incinerated bodies were caused, according to experts, by US-made ‘Hellfire’ rockets fired by Israeli helicopters. A number of Israeli civilians – including children – were similarly killed by tank shells deliberately fired into kibbutz homes. Kasher discussed those with Haaretz too and the paper noted:

According to [survivor Yasmin] Porat, after she was released by a Hamas terrorist, she was questioned by the Police Special Anti-Terror Unit and told them that there were about 40 terrorists and 14 civilian hostages still in the house. Dagan was among the hostages inside the house, where she says an Israeli tank fired two shells at it. She was the only Israeli to survive, and she has confirmed Porat’s account.

Kasher is no ‘bleeding heart liberal’ eager to criticise Israel’s genocidal military. On the contrary, he is a right-winger who has openly valued Israeli lives above those of Palestinian civilians – in 2006 Asher wrote that Israeli troops must never be put at risk to protect Arab civilians, summarised by Haaretz:

Professor Asa Kasher, who compiled the IDF’s Code of Ethics, said that the restraint exercised by Israel to save civilian lives when bombing a terrorist apartment was a “mistake” that cost more Israeli lives later…

Kasher said it was inconceivable to let people be killed in Israel because the only way to prevent it involved killing dozens of Palestinians. “It is unacceptable to let people get killed here even if the number of people killed there is expected to be bigger,” he said.

Kasher considered the idea of Israeli soldiers deliberately firing at Israeli civilians ‘horrifying’, saying:

How is it possible that a high ranking army official would give a command that so immediately and definitely endangers the life of so many civilians? It’s just horrifying.”

But Kasher doesn’t for a moment deny or doubt that it happened.

As journalist Jonathan Cook has pointed out, despite the open discussion of the mass ‘friendly fire’ deaths on the day of the Hamas raid, the UK media continues to discuss the deaths as if they were all caused by Hamas. In an email article to subscribers, Cook writes:

So how is it possible that the BBC and the rest of the western media keep revisiting the horrors of October 7 but never to raise these issues , even though they have been so prominent in the Israeli public space for many weeks?

The only possible answer is that western media outlets are consciously censoring this story because it directly conflicts with the West’s ideological and strategic agenda. It raises disturbing questions about western complicity in genocide.

Once again, the establishment media’s unwillingness to report the real story starkly gives the lie to their claim to be ‘free and fearless’. In truth, they are there to uphold a narrative of western moral and civilisational superiority. They are there to justify the West’s wars – and the war industry and resource-grab portfolios that our economies, and the media corporations themselves, are so heavily invested in.

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Convention for HE Statement, A New Future for HE

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 25/05/2020 - 10:08pm in

This is an edited version of a statement developed, discussed and agreed at a 200-strong online meeting of academic staff and supporters of Higher Education on Saturday 23 May 2020. You can add your support to this statement below.
No return to ‘Business as Usual’:
Time for a New Future for Higher Education
1. The Crisis in Higher Education

Covid-19 has brought universities to the brink of collapse. An estimated 30-60,000 jobs are at risk, and many universities are confronting bankruptcy. The Government’s fee/loan market reforms of Higher Education were originally justified as a way to provide a sustainable future for HE and facilitate student choice. Instead, they have created a financial bubble, the over-expansion of some institutions while others shrank, and debt-fuelled building projects leveraged on ever-growing home and overseas student numbers.

2. The Public Value of Higher Education

The expected economic depression in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis will disproportionately affect young people, and those in the poorest areas of the UK. We need a strong, sustainable HE system if the UK is to recover. Universities are uniquely equipped to enable the development of new knowledge and skills, and thus a social and economic renewal.

The ideology of the tuition fee market has prioritised the private benefit of Higher Education over the public good. But universities do not merely train students for the workplace: they are the centres of research and scholarship essential to the understanding of society and its ills; they develop our culture; and they facilitate much-needed public debate.

  • Support for universities must be based on a model of public funding, in conjunction with planned support for a reinvigorated Further Education sector.

3. Addressing Social Inequalities

Addressing social inequalities should be the main focus of delivering support to universities in the crisis. Support for Higher Education must be addressed in conjunction with support for Further Education, which has been de-funded and denigrated.

  • To enable full advantage to be taken of the opportunities in reformed Higher and Further Education sectors, the restoration of properly-funded maintenance grants must be a priority, with additional resources to tackle the inequalities of access by social class, ethnicity and disability.
  • Priority should be given to those social groups in disadvantaged circumstances, whether on the basis of locality, socio-economic class, ethnicity or disability; and to unemployed adult returners.
  • In the short-term, and with the temporary move to on-line teaching, tuition fees should be reduced by 30%, with the balance made up by direct government grant to institutions. Delivery of higher cost subjects should be directly subsidised by grant income.

4. Creating Sustainable Employment in Higher Education

Marketisation has encouraged run-away salaries at the top of UK universities alongside the vast expansion in fractional, temporary, hourly-paid or even zero-hours contracts at the bottom. This is wrong, and it must be reversed.

  • Salaries within higher education should be contained through a maximum ratio of 6:1 between the lowest and the highest paid in an institution.
  • Universities must provide secure contracts for staff who carry out teaching and research, and the out-sourcing of teaching must end.
  • Voluntary severance schemes should not be used to worsen staff-student ratios but rather to provide employment opportunities for early-career researchers.

5. Research and Education without Borders

Universities should be welcoming places for all staff and students, irrespective of their nationality. Research and education is enriched by the international diversity of university campuses. The government’s so-called ‘Hostile Environment’ policy has rendered international and EU staff and students as second-class citizens, and has turned university staff into border guards forced to monitor their international students.

  • International students and staff should not be subject to racist and discriminatory policies, including surveillance for the purposes of UK Visa & Immigration (UKVI) monitoring, and should not be subject to the migrant NHS surcharge.

6. Cooperation not Competition between Universities

The removal of caps on student recruitment, alongside the pursuit of overseas student fees, has profoundly destabilised the university system. Allowing universities to compete for students, even within the 5 per cent over-target cap proposed by the Office for Students, will likely cause many institutions to collapse. The diversity of provision, structure, courses, modules and subjects in UK post-compulsory education is a strength of the sector, and must be protected from the simple logic of market forces.

  • A restoration of institutional recruitment limits is required, backed up by direct public funding to support any struggling institutions through a temporary dip in recruitment.

7. Addressing Financial Inequity and Cross-subsidy

Universities have used surpluses in teaching income to fund both capital expansion and under-funded research.

  • Research should be funded directly at full cost, instead of relying on a subsidy from student fees. This requires increased and more equitable Quality-Related funding and increased funding within grant-awarding bodies.
  • To minimise waste, the “Full Economic Costing” component for salary per employee should be capped at the minimum level for a professor.
  • The teaching of costly subjects should be topped up by direct public teaching grants to institutions.

8. Governance and Oversight

Universities have become increasingly authoritarian in their internal governance structures, with a control culture of managerialism replacing scholarly leadership. Widespread but secretive contracting of debt and public-private partnerships pursued by university managers now imperil their institutions’ very survival. These arrangements have been leveraged against current and future fee income, subsidised with public money.

  • Internal university governance must be democratised to restore internal accountability. This would require the election of Vice-Chancellors by the academic community, and a return (or the institution) of the sovereign role of elected representative bodies of staff (e.g. congregations, academic boards, and senates).
  • The Office for Students should insist that all institutions publicly declare their outstanding debts and associated covenants, and introduce adequate transparency and oversight regulations.

9. The Way Ahead

The steps identified above are, we believe, a modest set of achievable goals for a sustainable future for Higher Education in the UK. Implementing these steps would preserve the strengths of the existing sector in the short term and allow the UK Higher Education sector to play its part in the economic and social recovery we all want to see following a Covid-19 lockdown. Some steps are urgent. As outlined above, offering students maintenance grants and fee support in the next academic year would have two benefits: it would create major opportunities to learn and develop to the population while financially stabilising institutions and averting a wave of redundancies.

Supported by: UCU London Region, Bournemouth University, Brighton Falmer, London RM, London School of Economics, Newcastle University, Newcastle College (FE), University of Northampton, Open University, University of the Arts London, University College London, Yorkshire and Humberside RM, Wales RM, University of Warwick, University of Worcester (add your branch).

Initial signatories include

Sean Wallis, UCU Branch President, Principal Research Fellow, University College London (UCL)
Prof John Holmwood, Campaign for the Public University, University of Nottingham
Prof Des Freedman, UCU Branch VP, Goldsmiths, University of London
Nicola Pratt, Reader, International Politics of the Middle East, University of Warwick
Rachel Cohen, UCU Branch VP, Reader in Sociology, City, University of London
Lee Jones, Reader in International Politics, Queen Mary University of London
Tom Hickey, Hon. Research Fellow, University of Brighton
Xanthe Whittaker, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Saladin Meckled-Garcia, UCU Branch VP, University College London
Muireann Crowley, UCU Learning Rep, University of Edinburgh
Prof Lizzie Thynne, Professor of Film, University of Sussex
Priscilla Ross, Principal/UCU member, Co-operative College/ Coop University Project
Kathleen O’Donnell, Principal Lecturer
Grant Buttars, UCU Branch President, University of Edinburgh
Mark Hagen, Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Bristol
Keith Simpson, UCU Branch President, City, University of London
Mark O’Brien, Senior Researcher, University of Liverpool
Louise Gaynor, Manager, UCL
Claire Duncanson, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Edinburgh
Ellie Harrison, Lecturer, University of Dundee
Marian Mayer, Co-chair Bournemouth University UCU, Chair South Region UCU, National Negotiator, Senior Lecturer, Bourenmouth University
Prof James L Newell
Kathryn Dutton, Chair HE, Yorks & Humber UCU/ Associate Dean, York St John
Prof Megan Povey, Professor of Food Physics, UCU Leeds Committee, LGBT+ MSC and Womens MSC, University of Leeds
Mark Waugh, Senior Teaching Fellow, UCL
Matteo Tiratelli, Teaching Fellow, UCL
Karen Evans, Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool
Gail Edwards, Lecturer in Education, Newcastle University
Michael Szpakowski, UCU
Richard McEwan, UCU branch secretary, New City College Poplar
Prof Patrick Ainley, Professor of Training and Education (retd.), University of Greenwich
Prof Christophe Soligo, UCL
Fadl Isa, PhD Student, The University of Sheffield
Lesley Catchpowle, Senior Lecturer / UCU cocom member, University of Greenwich
Sunil Banga, UCU Branch President, Lancaster University
Mark Newman, Reader, UCL Institute of Education
Salomé Ietter, Postgraduate researcher, Queen Mary University of London
Marc Olivier, PhD researcher, Ulster University
Matthew Barnfield, PhD student, Queen Mary University of London
Felix Mantz, PhD Researcher, Queen Mary University of London
Prof Neve Gordon, Queen Mary University of London
Anne Daguerre, Associate Professor, Middlesex University
Lewis Jones, London Metropolitan University
Adrian Budd, Associate Professor, London South Bank University
Brian Hosmer, H.G. Barnard Chair of Western American History, University of Tulsa
Catherine Rottenberg, Associate Professor of American Studies/ Departmental Union Rep, University of Nottingham
Lee Humber, Senior lecturer, Oxford Brookes University
Prof Andrew Patrizio, University of Edinburgh
Mark Riley, Senior Lecturer, University of Roehampton
Caroline Martin, University of Manchester
Katherine Parker, Teaching Associate, Queen Mary University of London
David Bakewell, former Lecturer, University of Liverpool
Kyran Joughin, UCU-UAL CoCom Sec, University of the Arts London
Claire Graf, Tutor/Casework Coordinator, University of Edinburgh
Ayse Sargin, University of Essex
Elizabeth Lawrence, Branch Secretary, UCU Yorkshire and Humberside Retired Members’ Branch
Jo Lampard, University College London
Peter Seddon, Reader (retired), University of Brighton
Prof Paul Ward, Professor of Animation Studies/UCU Branch Chair, Arts University Bournemouth
Sean McMahon, Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh
David Whyte, UCU Branch Vice President, University of Liverpool
Mark Abel, UCU Branch Chair, University of Brighton
Soe Tjen Marching, Senior lector, SOAS
Juan Usubillaga, Research Assistant / PhD Student, Cardiff University
Michaelina Jakala, Coventry University
Muhammad Azizuddin, Senior Teacher, NUBS, Newcastle Universality
Félix Hernández Fernandez, PhD Student, Queen Mary University of London
Paul Gilbert, Senior Lecturer in International Development, University of Sussex
Sarah Britten-Jones, Lecturer and Research Student, Oxford Brookes and RCA
Prof Paul Anderson, UCU Branch VP, QMUL
Prof Sergey Mikhalovsky, (retd.), University of Brighton
Maya Nedyalkova
Tania Manyuira, Additional Learning Support/UCU Learning Rep, Sandwell College
Hans van de Koot, Reader in Linguistics, University College London
Prof Engin Isin, Queen Mary University of London
Caterina Nirta, Senior Lecturer, University of Roehampton
Sue Gollifer, Branch Secretary, University of Brighton
Jeremy Bubb, Senior Lecturer / UCU member, University of Roehampton
Richard Blackman, Lecturer, Liverpool Hope University
Prof Natalie Fenton, Goldsmiths, University of London
Carlo Morelli, UCU Scotland President, Dundee University
Prof Linda Davies, Branch Co Vice President, University of Manchester
Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Lecturer in Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London
Mina Sol, Research Associate, SOAS
Barbara Pizziconi, Reader, SOAS, University Of London
Pamela Karantonis, Lecturer / Dept UCU Rep and Membership team, Goldsmiths, University of London
Marina Vishmidt, lecturer/ dept rep, Goldsmiths, University of London
Amanda Kipling, Health and Safety Officer / Senior lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Ian Dolan, Early Career Academic, Arts University Bournemouth
Rebecca Pride, Associate Professor and Course Leader, Arts University Bournemouth
Leticia Sabsay, Associate Professor/UCU Branch committee member, London School of Economics
Phil Beards, Course Leader, Principal Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Sonya Andermahr, Reader in English / Equalities Officer, University of Northampton
Tom Armstrong, soas ucu branch chair, SOAS, University of London
Prof Haim Bresheeth, Professorial Research Associate, SOAS, University of London
Siavash Bakhtiar, Language Instructor, Queen Mary University of London
Kostas Maronitis, Lecturer in Politics and IR, Leeds Trinity University
Christopher Cunningham, PhD candidate, The University of Essex
Ronald Mendel, Associate Lecturer, University of Northampton
Dianne Kirby, Reader Emerita, Ulster University
Simon Frend, AUB UCU H&S Officer, Arts University Bournemouth
Hilary Partridge, Ordinary member of branch executive, The Open University
Wayne Martin, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Matteo Mandarini, Lecturer in Strategy/Ordinary committee member, Queen Mary University of London
Richard Lewis, Senior Lecture / UCU Member, Arts University Bournemouth
C. Sanger, SL, London South Bank University
Milly Williamson, UCU equalities rep, Goldsmiths, University of London
Nick Thoburn, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester
Mark Baxendale, Reader, UCU Branch Committee, Queen Mary University of London
Lesley Kane, UCU NEC member for HE South, Open University
Prof Eleonore Kofman, UCU Branch Executive member, Middlesex University
Steve Roskams, Senior Lecturer, Dept UCU Rep, University of York
Prof Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol
James Pattison, Teaching Associate in Sociology/UCU Member, University of Nottingham
Massimiliano Mollona, Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Isabelle Darmon, Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
Mark Erickson, Reader in Sociology, University of Brighton
Les Levidow, Senior Research Fellow, Open University
Benjamin Vincent Oakley, Post-Graduate Research Student, Arts University Bournemouth
Joe Newman, Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Simon Beeson, Course Leader, Arts University Bournemouth
Nessa Cronin, University Lecturer and Associate Director of Moore Institute for the Humanities and Social Studies at NUI Galway, National University of Ireland, Galway.
Christina Paine, UCU NEC casualised rep, London Region Vice Chair, and UCU Londonmet Chair, London Metropolitan University
Bill Aird, Senior Lecturer in Medieval History, The University of Edinburgh
Susan Kelly, Senior Lecturer Art; GUCU Joint Secretary, Goldsmiths, University of London
Antony Dixon, Lecture/ member, Arts University Bournemouth
Nick Cimini, Lecturer / EIS-ULA ex-President, Edinburgh Napier University
Christine Gausden, Academic, University of Salford
Yonit Percival, Senior Teaching Fellow, SOAS/QMUL
Christian Hogsbjerg, Lecturer in Critical History and Politics, University of Brighton
Gabriel Moreno, Senior lecturer, Northumbria University
Ryan Burns, Senior Lecturer / Branch Chair, University of Brighton
Sara Bragg, Lecturer, UCL Institute of Education
Willem de Bruijn, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Prof Bob Brecher, Professor of Moral Philosophy; UCU member, University of Brighton
Marten Sims, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Roddy Slorach, UCU branch organiser, Imperial College London
Prof Fergus Nicol, LMU UCU branch treasurer, London Metropolitan University and Oxford Brookes
Nico Pizzolato, Senior Lecturer, Middlesex University
Esther Yarnold, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Andrea Bernardi, Senior Lecturer, Oxford Brookes University
Nadia Edmond, Principal Lecturer and UCU Branch Chair, University of Brighton
Nick Stevenson, Reader in Cultural Sociology, UCU rep, Nottingham University
Johan Siebers, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Middlesex University London
Martin Caminada, Lecturer, Cardiff University
Sezen Kizilgul Kartal, LSA UCU, City and Islington College
Salema Foot, PhD student, The University of Essex
Prof Helena Miguelez-Carballeira, Professor in Hispanic Studies, Bangor University
Prof Raphael Salkie, Professor of Language Studies, University of Brighton
William Astle, University Senior Lecturer, and UCU Departmental Rep, University of Cambridge
Liz Morrish, Visiting Fellow, York St John University
Prof Carol Richardson, University of Edinburgh
Michael Mahadeo, Lecturer in Sociology, Ulster University
Peter Conlin, Lecturer , Coventry University
Christopher Cocking, Principal Lecturer/ casework co-ordinator, University of Brighton
Nicole Wolf, Senior Lecturer/ departmental rep, Goldsmiths, University of London
Paul Okojie, Ex-Departmental Rep, School of Law (retd.), Manchester Metropolitan University
Feyzi Ismail, Senior Teaching Fellow, SOAS, University of London
Sarah James, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Sophia Woodman, Senior lecturer, University of Edinburgh
Richard Smith, Reader, University of Warwick
Catherine Craven, PhD candidate, SOAS, University of London
Prof Maggie ONeill, Professor of Sociology , University College Cork
Adele Keeley, Senior Lecturer, The Arts University Bournemouth
Anne Alexander, Exec committee member Cambridge UCU, University of Cambridge
Sue Mew, Associate Professor and UCU Branch Chair, Middlesex University
Manjeet Ramgotra, Lecturer/SOAS UCU Equality and Diversity Rep, SOAS, University of London
Anandi Ramamurthy, Professor of Media and Culture , Sheffield Hallam University
Konstantinos Sirlantzis, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Prof John F. Allen, Honorary Professor, University College London
Luci Attala, Senior Lecturer, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Prof Megan Povey, Professor of Food Physics, UCU Leeds Committee, LGBT+ MSC and Womens MSC, University of Leeds
Reem Talhouk, VC Research fellow, Northumbria University
Canglong Wang, Lecturer in Chinese Studies, University of Hull
Prof Michael J Larkin, (retd.)
Eleni Kapogianni, Lecturer, University of Kent
Prof Ciara Kierans, The University of Liverpool
Prof Richard Seaford, (retd.), University of Exeter
Francesca Berry, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham
Richard Bradbury, UCU Branch VP, Open University
Laurence Rushby, PhD candidate, Arts University Bournemouth
Prof Lizzie Thynne, Professor of Film, University of Sussex
Jill Burke, University of Edinburgh
Jill Reese, Teaching Fellow in Visual Culture, Anthropology Department, University College London
Bettina Friedrich, Research Fellow, UCL School of Medicine
Sarah Magill, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Prof Craig Brandist, Senior Vice-President Sheffield UCU, University of Sheffield
Joanne Gosling, Senior Curriculum Manager, New City College
Mehmetali Dikerdem, UCU Branch Executive member, Middlesex University
Michael Guida, Research Associate and tutor, University of Sussex
Anthony Sullivan, Senior Lecturer, London College of Fashion, UAL
Terry Bryan, Music Coordinator, University of Sussex
Jotika Khur-Yearn, Subject Librarian, SOAS, University of London
Richard Wild, Principal Lecturer in Criminology, University of Greenwich
Prof Ben Highmore, Professor of Cultural Studies, University of Sussex
Prof Alisa Lebow, Professor of Screen Media, University of Sussex
Michael Lawrence, Reader in Film Studies, University of Sussex
Rhiannon Lockley, Branch Secretary, Birmingham City University
Lucy Steeds, Reader, University of the Arts London
Prof David Owen, Professor of Social and Political Philosophy, University of Southampton
Peter Jones, Reader, Sheffield Hallam University
Prof Barry Smart, Professor of Sociology, University of Portsmouth
Prof Gurminder K Bhambra, University of Sussex
Aaron Winter, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of East London
Prof Mark McCormack, Professor of Sociology, University of Roehampton
Caroline Barratt, Lecturer, University of Essex
Peter Rees, Associate Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Billy Woods, Lecturer, University of Essex
Sean O’Dell, Lecturer in Contextual Studies and Social History, University Centre Colchester
Gabriella Alberti, Associate Professor, University of Leeds
Sian Lewis-Anthony, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Prof Ruth Luthi-Carter, Equalities Rep, University of Leicester
Tanja Müller, University of Manchester
Eirini Konstantinidou, Senior Lecturer, University of Essex
Mano Suzuki, World Languages Tutor, University of Kent
Prof Fabrice Pierron, University of Southampton
Prof Kay Peggs, Professor of Criminology and Sociology, Kingston University London
Samer Gharib, Education Developer, University of Essex
Idris Akindamola Ajia, University of Southampton
Debra Benita Shaw, Reader in Cultural Theory, University of East London
Esme Terry, Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Eleftheria Lekakis, Senior Lecturer, University of Sussex
Alice Eldridge, Lecturer in Music Technology, University of Sussex
Umit Cetin, Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster
Louise Steel, Reader, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Susan Stallabrass, Lecturer, University of Essex
Paul Jones, Senior Lecturer/UCU Member, University of Liverpool
Prof James Connelly, Professor of Political Theory, University of Hull
Prof Nicholas Till, University of Sussex
Charlotte Joy, Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Prof Karim Murji, University of West London
Aaron Winter, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of East London
Chris Wright, Senior Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Aurelien Mondon, Senior Lecturer, University of Bath
Naaz Rashid, Lecturer, University of Sussex
Prof Thor Magnusson, University of Sussex
Maria Sibiryakova, Senior Teaching Fellow, University College London
Jekaterina Rogaten, Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts London
Jim Ang, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Catherine Duxbury, Fixed Term teacher, University of Essex
Prof Alastair Roy, University of Central Lancashire
Sheila Cullen, UCU Coordinating Committee Secretary, University of Brighton
Rüdiger Störkel, Archivist (retd.) City of Herborn, Germany
Nur Syahadah Binte Shahril, Masters student, IWW Union Representative, London College of Fashion, UAL
Gianluca Marcelli, Lecturer, University of Kent
Valeria Racu, Co-President Welfare & Campaigns, SOAS Students’ Union
Prof Nathan Gomes, Professor of Optical Fibre Communications, University of Kent
Prof Peter Scott, UCL Institute of Education
Snejana Tempest, Senior Teaching Fellow, University College London
Aurelien Mondon, Senior Lecturer, University of Bath
John Power, Senior Project Manager, University of Edinburgh
Dawn Lyon
Órla Meadhbh Murray, Research Assistant, Imperial College London
Andrew Baldwin, Associate Professor, Durham University
Lucy Watson, Senior Teaching Fellow, University of Southampton
Prof Anne Cronin, Professor of Cultural Sociology, Lancaster University
Karen Sexton, Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Nick Clark, Research Fellow, Middlesex University
David McCallam, Reader in French/UCU dept contact, University of Sheffield
Darryn Mitussis, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, UCU Branch Chair, Queen Mary University of London
Stephen Kemp, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
Maria Palaska, Part-time Lecturer, University of Southampton
Angela Varricchio, Teacher Assistant, Lancaster University
Marian Peacock, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Edge Hill University
Frank Krutnik, Reader in Film Studies, University of Sussex
Sarah Davies, Senior Lecturer, University of Salford
Harshad Keval, Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University
Stephen Jordan, UCU, University of Essex
Prof Marina Warner, Birkbeck College, London
Audrey Verma, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
Sanaul Hoque, Lecturer, University of Kent
Prof John Chalcraft, Professor of Middle East History and Politics, London School of Economics
Rod Earle, Senior Lecturer, The Open University
Elizabeth Blake, PhD Candidate, Queen Mary University of London
Prof William Outhwaite, (retd.), Newcastle University
Andrea Brock, University of Sussex
Bob Jessop, Distinguished Professor, Lancaster University
Mark Dean, Branch Deputy Secretary UCU, University of Kent
Xuemei Guo, University of Hull
Gary Fraser, Teaching Fellow, University of Edinburgh
Margherita Huntley, Lecturer / Union Rep, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL
Elia Valentini, Senior Lecturer/Environmental rep for UCU, University of Essex
Hugo Gorringe, University of Edinburgh
Elaine Swan, Senior Lecturer, University of Sussex
Micheal O’Connell, Lecturer, University of Sussex
David Andrew
Emily Jones, Lecturer in Law, Universiy of Essex
Ben Rogaly, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sussex
Sally Munt, Professor, Sussex University
Ian McDonald, Reader in Film Practice, Newcastle University
Fergus Nicol, Professor / UCU branch treasurer, London Met/Oxford Brookes
Billie Loebner, Lecturer, Middlesex University
Peter Harte, Tutor, University of Sussex
Angus McNelly, Lecturer in International Development/QMUCU Comms Officier, Queen Mary University of London
Lucy Kneebone, PhD candidate, Queen Mary University of London
Julia Sauma, Lecturer of Anthropology, Goldsmiths, University of London
Justin Cruickshank, Senior lecturer, University of Birmingham
Mike Orr, Teaching Fellow/H&S rep, University of Edinburgh
Farai Chipato, PhD student, Queen Mary University of London
Dawn River, Lecturer, University of Birmingham
Rupert Waldron, lecturer, UAL
Walter Armbrust, Professor of Modern Middle Eastern Studies, University of Oxford
Pieta Angeli, Student, University of Essex
Martin Webb, Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London
Annette Neath, Senior Fellow, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham
Keith Reader, Visiting Emeritus Professor, University of London Institute in Paris
Clare Daly, PhD student, University of Roehampton
Tassia Kobylinska, Lecturer/Co-membership Officer, Goldsmiths
Anne-Marie Kramer, Lecturer, University of Nottingham
Chloe Scrivener, Lecturer in Fashion, UAL, and AUB.
Joe Kelleher, Professor of Theatre and Performance, University of Roehampton
Tanya Serisier, Senior Lecturer, Birkbeck College
Monica Franchin, Senior Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Patricia, Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature, University of Kent
Julia Hope, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
David Stirrup, Professor of American Literature and Indigenous Studies, University of Kent
Ulrike Naumann, GTA, University of Kent
Alexandros Daniilidis, PhD researcher, University of Sussex
Rachel Seoighe, Lecturer in criminology, University of Kent
Sarah James, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Alexandra Davis, MA Student, University of Kent
Joseph Burridge, Principal Lecturer in Sociology, University of Portsmouth
Professor Donna Landry
Caoilte O’Ciardha, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, University of Kent
Amir-Homayoun Javadi, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Professor Donna Landry
Philip Moriarty, Professor of Physics, University of Nottingham
Simon Bayly, Reader, University of Roehampton
Ross Dawson, Senior Lecturer in English, Liverpool John Moores University
Philip Moriarty, Professor of Physics, University of Nottingham
Roger Giner-Sorolla, Professor, University of Kent
Jef Smith, Lecturer, University of Kent
Aleksandar Brkic, Lecturer, Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London
Sanjaya Aryal, PhD Candidate, University of Essex
Nicola Clarke, Lecturer in History, Newcastle University
Ian Bride, Snr. Lecturer in Biodiversity Management, University of Kent
Rocio von Jungenfeld, Lecturer, University of Kent
Hanan Sabea, Associate Professor of Anthropology, American University in Cairo
Emma Lay, EAP Lecturer, Arts University Bournemouth
Iain Crinson, UCU branch sec, St George’s, University of London
G. Chryssochoidis, Professor, University of Kent
Emma Lay, EAP Lecturer / UCU Membership Secretary, Arts University Bournemouth
Ingrid Storm, Birmingham Fellow, University of Birmingham
Rachel Howell, Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
Kieron Cadey, PHD Student, Canterbury Christ Church University
Connal Parsley, Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Vicki Taylor, Senior lecturer, University of Birmingham / OU / LSBU
Tom Bunyard, Senior lecturer, University of Brighton
Adrian Heathfield, Prof. of Performance and Visual Culture, University of Roehampton
Jane Lethbridge, Principal Lecturer, University of Greenwich
Ewan Forster, Creative Research Fellow, University of Roehampton
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