Michael Warren completed an MSc in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation at the LSE in 2012, and graduated from the University of Sheffield (studying on exchange at the University of Waterloo, Ontario) with a BA in Modern History in 2011. He researched on an open data project for Deloitte and the Open Data Institute, and worked for the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group and as a Management Consultant in Health and Public Service at Accenture. He is a Policy Adviser at the Professional Standards Authority.

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    Book Review: Caring for Strangers: Filipino Medical Workers in Asia by Megha Amrith

Book Review: Caring for Strangers: Filipino Medical Workers in Asia by Megha Amrith

In Caring for Strangers: Filipino Medical Workers in Asia, Megha Amrith examines the personal narratives, experiences and aspirations of […]

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    Book Review: The Conversational Firm: Rethinking Bureaucracy in the Age of Social Media by Catherine J. Turco

Book Review: The Conversational Firm: Rethinking Bureaucracy in the Age of Social Media by Catherine J. Turco

In The Conversational Firm: Rethinking Bureaucracy in the Age of Social Media, Catherine J. Turco offers a ethnographic study […]

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    Reading List: 7 Must-Read Books about Art Ahead of the Turner Prize 2016

Reading List: 7 Must-Read Books about Art Ahead of the Turner Prize 2016

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Tonight, the evening of Monday 5 December 2016, sees the announcement […]

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    Book Review: Central Asia in Art: From Soviet Orientalism to the New Republics by Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen

Book Review: Central Asia in Art: From Soviet Orientalism to the New Republics by Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen

In Central Asia in Art: From Soviet Orientalism to the New Republics, Kazakh art historian Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen traces Soviet portrayals of Kazakhstan, […]

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    The Long Read: Beyond the Beautiful Game: Football as a Means for Control and Protest by Michael Warren

The Long Read: Beyond the Beautiful Game: Football as a Means for Control and Protest by Michael Warren

The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer. James M. Dorsey. Hurst. 2016.

From the Back Page to the Front Room: […]

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    Book Review: The Polar Regions: An Environmental History by Adrian Howkins

Book Review: The Polar Regions: An Environmental History by Adrian Howkins

In The Polar Regions: An Environmental History, Adrian Howkins offers a concise but thoughtful history of the changing Polar […]

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    The Monthly Roundup: What Were You Reading in March 2016 on LSE Review of Books?

The Monthly Roundup: What Were You Reading in March 2016 on LSE Review of Books?

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Most Read Reviews of March 2016

Unfinished Business: Women Men Work […]

The Best Bookshops in Bath, United Kingdom

Michael Warren takes us on a tour of the best bookshops in Bath, United Kingdom. If there’s a bookshop […]

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    Book Review: Farewell to the World: A History of Suicide by Marzio Barbagli

Book Review: Farewell to the World: A History of Suicide by Marzio Barbagli

In 1897, French sociologist Émile Durkheim presented the formative work, Suicide, which examined suicide through a social framework. In […]

What Have You Been Reading in 2015 on LSE Review of Books?

As 2016 beckons, we look at the most popular reviews of 2015 on LSE Review of Books.
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    Book Review: The Psychology of Strategy: Exploring Rationality in the Vietnam War by Kenneth Payne

Book Review: The Psychology of Strategy: Exploring Rationality in the Vietnam War by Kenneth Payne

In The Psychology of Strategy: Exploring Rationality in the Vietnam War, Kenneth Payne utilises the case study of the […]

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    Book Review: The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years

Book Review: The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years

Corey Abramson’s book, The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years, takes readers on a journey through geriatric inequality to […]

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    Book Review: The Emotional Politics of Social Work and Child Protection

Book Review: The Emotional Politics of Social Work and Child Protection

The Emotional Politics of Social Work and Child Protection delves into the often warped relationship between social workers, media […]

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    Book Review: Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery

Book Review: Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery

Born into slavery in rural Louisiana, Rose Herera was bought and sold several times before being purchased by the […]

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    Book Review: Britain’s Nuclear Experience: The Roles of Beliefs, Culture and Identity

Book Review: Britain’s Nuclear Experience: The Roles of Beliefs, Culture and Identity

This book examines Britain’s nuclear experience by moving away from traditional interpretations of why states develop and maintain nuclear […]

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