Julian Vigo

Julian Vigo is a scholar, film-maker and human rights consultant. Her latest book is Earthquake in Haiti: The Pornography of Poverty and the Politics of Development (2015). She can be reached at: julian.vigo@gmail.com

Rebels Without a Cause: The Assault on Academic Freedom

The Social Eugenics Framing Adoption

There is No Breastfeeding “War” Between Women: Formula Food and the Lobby to Disempower Women

The Limits of Citizenship

The Snoopers’ Charter: a Mandate of “Fear and Distraction”

The Electronic Taylorism of the British Criminal Justice System

We’ve Been Here Before: America’s Disappeared and the Targeting of Muslim Immigrants

The “Women’s” Marches and Neo-Liberal Outrage Politics

Obama Must Pardon the Black Panthers in Prison or in Exile

Welcome to the Latest Culture Wars

It’s Not “Cute” When Men Take Care of Children

“Ooops, I Did It Again”: How the BBC Funnels Stories for Financial Gain

Living La Vida Loca

Government Transparency and the Snooper’s Charter in the House of Lords

Britain’s Slavery Legacy

We Know Who Owns Britain

On Males, Technology, and Mass Murder

The Left’s Abandonment of Females

The UK’s Propaganda Machinery and State Surveillance of Muslim Children

Theresa May: Last Woman Standing

Of Cannibals: The Chilcot Report and Never-Ending War

Xenophobia in the UK

Disenfranchisement Laws, Race and the U.S. Presidential Election

Rape Culture and “Twenty Minutes of Action”

Sex Inequality and the £330,000 Lottery

The Government and Your i-Phone: the Latest Threat to Privacy

Tar-ma is a Bitch!: the Real Tragedy of Fort McMurray

Arctic Warming, Glacial Melt, and Climate Change

The Investigatory Powers Bill and Privacy Protections in the UK

The Fueling of Xenophobia and New Economic Tests for UK Residence

The Trap of (In)Visibility and the Erasure of Difference

A Brief Genealogy of Disappearance and Murder

Islamophobia and the Aegis of Freedom of Speech

Biopower and Security

Anti-Terrorist Surveillance and the Enemy Within

Crazy in Port-au-Prince

"J.C. Duvalier, Bon Retour!"

Panopticism and Pre-Emptive Discipline in the UK

Dispelling Fictions and Disrupting Hashtags

Child Trafficking and Adoption in Haiti

Too Many Notes

The Left Hand of Darkness

The Martyrdom of Angelina Jolie

On Rape and Neocolonialism

Feeling Michael Jackson