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Articles, opinion pieces, commissioned blogs:
Epistemic autonomy and the Free Nose Guy problem. The Philosopher, special issue on Authority/Knowledge, Spring 2021.
Facts, politics and science (10 August, 2020). Institute of Art and Ideas Issue 91, Philosophy in the News, 10 August 2020.
There’s no such thing as ‘just following the science’ – advice is political. The Guardian, Opinion, 28 April 2020.
The shifting priorities of UK Government’s response to Covid-19 pandemic highlights the need for publicly accountable expert advice. LSE Impact blog, 27 April 2020.
No such thing as society? Liberal paternalism, politics of expertise, and the Corona crisis, Discover Society, 20 March 2020
What we talk about when we talk about universities, review essay (LSE Review of books, 19 December 2019)
What is social theory? An interview with Jana Bacevic (Social Theory Applied, 28 June 2018)
USS strikes: picket line debates will reinvigorate scholarship, says Jana Bacevic (Times Higher Education, 13 March 2018)
USS strikes and the winter of academics’ discontent [long quote] (Times Higher Education)
Two-year degrees and the biopolitics of higher education (Times Higher Education, 26 December 2017)
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