September 13, 2022

The gendered consequences of ‘undone science’ in a pesticide-contaminated area in Nicaragua

By Grettel Navas The impacts of the pesticide DBCP on women are largely understudied in comparison to infertility in male workers which is well documented. What are the gendered consequences of this 'undone science' and how are these shaped by ingrained power dynamics within local workers organisations?
March 22, 2022

Fruta saludable, cuerpos enfermos

Por Soledad Castillero Quesada. Las voces de los y las trabajadoras en la producción frutos rojos  en la provincia de Huelva (Andalucía),  visibilizan los costes sociales de la priorización de la agricultura como producto comercial global y los trabajadores como cuerpos explotables.
December 9, 2020

“There is no future here”: the psychological burden of water scarcity

By Maja Ženko and Filippo Menga. Water scarcity negatively impacts mental health of the affected water users through various pathways.  
March 21, 2020

The Political Use of Parasites

By Massimo De Angelis. This crisis will end, but it will not improve anything if at the defeat of a micro-parasite, we let the macro-parasites continue to govern our lives, perhaps around those techniques of social control experimented to combat micro-parasites. Governance that looks at relationships must be based on care and rebuild our sociality and productivity on it.
June 13, 2019

What is “good practice” in academia?

The junior researchers ‘good practice’ guide, tries to offer an answer. It includes a discussion of the challenges junior academics face and various proposals for how to (collectively) address them.