This blog contains links to themes and issues related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
https://blog.bham.ac.uk/business-school/2020/09/04/black-lives-matter-a-movement-or-a-moment/. The Birmingham Business School Blog post, Black Lives Matter: A movement or a moment?, discusses the significance of the BLM movement in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7sAkogUPLM. This video, “Hannah Arendt’s Theory of Freedom: What It is and Why It Matters,” from Durham University, provides a video presentation that conveys the ongoing significance of Arendt’s theory of politics for the contemporary world.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnRUHYkjwx4. This is an interview with scholar and activist Angela Davis on Al Jazeera English, in which she explains the rationale behind the argument for police and prison abolition.
https://societyandspace.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/2020/08/05/thinking-with-ranciere-the-dissensual-politics-of-extinction-rebellion/. This blogpost by University of Bristol Society and Space, titled “Thinking with Rancière: the dissensual politics of Extinction Rebellion”, is a useful text for understanding the approach to disruption as applied to real-world events.
Cane, Lucy (2015) Hannah Arendt on the Principles of Political Action. European Journal of Political Theory 14(1): 55-75. Examines Arendt’s understanding of principles to develop an account of her political ethics.
Wiley, James (2006) Sheldon Wolin on Theory and the Political. Polity 38(2): 211-234. Takes a critical perspective on Wolin’s approach to democracy and examines the relationship between the political and theory in his work.