We are delighted to announce the publication of Volume 6 of The Open Review. Click here to read the Letter from the Editors.
You can view and download the entire TOR 2020 journal here. DOI: https://doi.org/10.47967/PHRJ5870
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Collaboration: Exploring the PGR Superpower for Addressing Inequalities within Academia
Annayah M.B. Prosser, University of Bath.
Painting the Nails of Homeless Women: Using Manicures as a Methodological Tool
Harriet Earle-Brown, University of Exeter.
The Death and Subsequent Revival of the Cornish
Kensa Broadhurst, University of Exeter.
“Bound to be responsible”: the Tasmanian Greens’ and the 1996-1998 Liberal minority government
Arabella Comyn, Wageningen University & Research.
These shoes and this handbag
Hannah West, University of Bath.
Birth trauma from the perspective of perinatal counsellors
Grace Baptie, Elena Mueller Januário, and Alyson Norman, University of Plymouth.
Divorced Eggs and the Culinary Field: Bourdieu, Field Theory, and the Chef
Jed Hilton, University of Exeter.
Book Review: Megan Goodwin (2020) Abusing Religion:
Literary Persecution, Sex Scandals and American Minority Religions.
Philippa Juliet Meek-Smith, University of Exeter.
The Border in Ireland
Mary Pearson, University of Plymouth
Why Britain should not follow Germany’s approach to recognising its racist legacy
Samir Sweida-Metwally, University of Bristol.
The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Degrowth Movement:
Reframing and Rethinking Economic and Social Relations
Lívia Mara Borges Silva, University Institute of Lisbon.