TW: mentioning of execution This week comes to an end with a young political activist who risked and lost her … More
Our next opener of another week of impressive women is a role model in many domains: Christine Lagarde. Lagarde is … More
And we are back for the last week of this month with another first: the first female president of Liberia … More
This is it: the first informative article we want to share with you. It is on the first female elected … More
This article is a short analysis of the use of colors in the Oscar winning film Get Out from 2017 directed by Jordan Peele. The deeper meaning of this film is hidden underneath a layer of colors that, when analyzed critically, work so well to expose the contemporary American racism and race relations.
In this essay, Zama Madondo will attempt to account for the gendering process of states through her analysis of security performances and their impact on the “protected” by investigating why and how masculinized performances of protection are carried out by the United States of America.