Luke Brunning is a second year DPhil student in philosophy at St John's College, Oxford. He writes on ethics and mental conflict.
27 November 2013 11:23 AM
University sports teams have been emailing, socialising, and wearing shirts recently. Sadly, not the usual forms of communication, entertainment, or attire, but displays of misogyny. Many students stressed these were “isolated incidents”, but isolated incidents can still evidence cultural norms and entrenched values.
08 August 2013 01:16 PM
Common knowledge of abuses weakens the extent to which graduate students feel secure in their ‘home’ institution. Trust vanishes when harassers remain in their jobs
25 June 2013 10:43 AM
Male academics rarely suffer more than a bit of rudeness, but women have it far worse, according to Luke Brunning
25 March 2013 04:17 PM
Michael Gove's attacks on academics offer a misleading caricature of our work
If I’m being racially abused I don’t need a stranger with a saviour complex to rescue me
The only black face in the Ukip manifesto is on the page about overseas aid
Ukip is the only main political party to not address LGBT rights in its manifesto
Food banks: One million Britons will soon be using them, according to Trussell Trust
Religion isn't growing, it is becoming vigorous in its demise, says philosopher AC Grayling
BBC election debate: The one photo that summed up the whole 90-minute leaders debate
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