Debunking Women’s Plight During World War 2

Chris La Cour is a second year History student whose interests include the differentiation between resistance, collaboration and complicity during World War Two and the study of the representation of war, particularly in the 20th century. William Chafe, in 1972, claimed that the Second World War was the ‘watershed event’, which ‘transformed the economic outlook…

Two Case Studies on the Relationship Between Private Law and Gender Equality

Written by Nicolás Schuscheim, a third year Politics, Philosophy, and Law (LLB) student at King’s College London. His interests lie mainly in the interplay and intertwining relationship between the law and other aspects of society, such law and its hidden stereotypes against women, minorities, and developing countries. Unless you are thrilled by legal intricacies and…

The Misogynistic Undercurrents of Korean Political Protests

Written by Sydney Nam, a regular contributor. Sydney is a second year War Studies & History students, and her specific interests involve social injustice of ethnic-minorities (particularly in East-Asia) and about the violation of women’s rights in conflict-zones, such as South Sudan. A week ago, the world galvanized as a collective voice to speak out…