New Political Thinkers is a blog dedicated to critical and provocative political commentaries written by students at the University of St Andrews. Born in collaboration with an all female group of students on the Anthropology of Politics and Governance module, students from across the disciplines are invited to contribute short individual or co-authored opinion articles on issues of contemporary political debate.
The editors also invite themed collections of essays that may result from seminar discussions and/or reactions to global politics (e.g. COVID-19, equality and diversity, indigenous rights, intersectionality, nationalism, and belonging). Theoretically informed and driven by real-world concerns, the aim is to enhance the development of political thought among students during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond, taking key debates beyond the classroom environment.
Please address all correspondence, including proposals for individual articles and collective themed sections, to co-editor Camila Ferreira Marinelli (email@example.com).
Camila Ferreira Marinelli and Stavroula Pipyrou