Who gets to define and label ‘trolls’? Will there be redemption for the comment section? Once touted as a hopeful platform for generative, democratic participation, many people now see online discussion as a cesspool of hatred and toxicity. Just how angry is the Internet? Yimin Chen (@Shinypants0) is a PhD Candidate in the Faculty of …
A panel discussion unpacking the concept of ‘structural violence.’
How intentional are you in the way you use inquiry?
I have learned much from people who have said little. The value of words has nothing to do with their quantity.
How a pen, a sheet of paper, courage, and a healthy dose of honesty can change the way you see everything.
Professor Tim Blackmore joins us to critique the nomenclature of contemporary public discourse.
How competitive debating can influence politics, society, and individual lives.
The full audio of the Wolf Hall Debates event on political correctness
Beware the words that can mean anything to anyone.
When it comes to real life issues, arguments about political correctness seem pretty pointless.
All accusations of political in/correctness are political.
The merits and faults of political correctness are impossible to measure without accounting for the values we have already assumed.
The only thing more important than what you say is what other people hear when you speak.
‘Race’ functions as a verb before signifying as a noun.