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Ashley Frawley

Ashley Frawley
Originally from Canada and a member of Nipissing First Nation, Ashley Frawley is senior lecturer in sociology and social policy at Swansea University in Wales. Ashley lectures in the sociology of health, mental health and illness, social problems, social movements, and in the economics of social policy. Her research explores the rising importance attributed emotions and behaviour in an era of ‘no alternative’ to capitalism. Author of 'The Semiotics of Happiness' and Significant Emotions: Rhetoric and Social Problems in a Vulnerable Age.

Suffering for the cause of self-determination is better than suffering at the hands of a foreign master.

Remainer amnesia and the rejection of reality For decades, no issue has come close to Brexit in terms of its ability to inflame political passions. European Council President, Donald Tusk’s comments last February about a ‘special place in hell’ for those who promoted Brexit is indicative of the low opinion of many Remainers for Brexiteers. The situation in universities is...