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Grenfell Tower: enactments of grief, remembrance and activism

On the 14th June 2017, a horrific fire swept through Grenfell Tower in west London, killing 72 people and leaving hundreds more homeless and traumatised. For those of us who witnessed the tragedy unfold, either directly or through media coverage, the images of the burning tower beyond the control of the firefighters will stay with us for a lifetime.

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Masculinities

Defending the jabs, hooks and crosses of ‘undisputed’ racialised masculinities

Boxing fans and pundits might be familiar with the term ‘undisputed’ champion. Reserved mainly for boxers, the ‘undisputed’ champion is seen as the unquestioned champion of (mainly his) weight division. To achieve this status, he must become champion of the various worldwide boxing organisations.

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