We hope you enjoyed the blog writing masterclass.
For those who missed the session and for those who want to refresh their memory, here are the slides that were used.
(BSc Government and Economics, LSE)
Navigating Islamic-Democratic Politics
With the most prominent supposed examples of ‘Islamic’ governance often pointed to as Saudi Arabia, Iran and now ISIS, you’d be forgiven for concluding that the question of whether Islamic rule can be reconciled with democratic governance had been made rather redundant. Even the various examples of Muslim countries that are democratic, […]
BSc Film and Television, University of Nottingham.
Addressing Digital Inequality in the United Kingdom
In recent years there has been a surge in the academic discussion of inequality arising across a number of disciplines. Most notable perhaps are the arguments of economists Thomas Pikkety and Joseph Stiglitz who have both provided distinct rebuttals to leading neoliberal discourses. It is clear […]
What we are looking for in a blog article submission: (content).
The blog is for students interested in current, media-facing political issues to submit articles of between 750 and 1,250 words. This is a dynamic, accessible outlet for students to treat specific topics in a succinct and lucid way through the presentation of well-researched arguments.
How are we looking for you to present you article? (delivery). […]
Hello! We are pleased to introduce the LSE Undergraduate Political Review (LSEUPR). The LSEUPR is the first undergraduate political journal housed at LSE. It is run by undergraduate students from across the departments and offers a platform for undergraduates here and around the world to publish their research in one of two forums. Those young academics interested in current, media-facing […]