Josephine Harmon publishes article in prestigious journal
9 January 2023
Congratulations to UCL Americas PhD candidate Josephine Harmon on the recent publication of one of her articles.
Josephine's published article on globalisation and the left ('Thinking Globally') can be read here in the latest issue of The Fabian Review (Vol. 134: Issue 4) (22 Dec 2022), the quarterly magazine of the Fabian Society. In it, she discusses how the left should tackle globalisation and the challenge of global capital.
She is joined by other writers in this issue including, Rushanara Ali MP on Labour’s plan for mortgage-holders; Thom Brooks on fraud; Eloise Sacares on student maintenance loans; David Arnold on securing pay growth; Nick Plumb on high street renewal; Osama Bhutta on the cost of renting; Anna Dixon on social care reform; Kelly Grehan on the chaos in our public services; Karl Pike, Francis Beckett and Ciaran Driver on the agenda for a Starmer government; Steve Reed MP on Labour’s justice priorities; Anna Turley on child poverty; and Kate Harrison on the Tories’ new drive for austerity.
Josephine is currently a PhD student at UCL Institute of the Americas. Her research project, titled Coalition between Diverse Conservative Interest Groups and Gun Politics examines the mechanisms and drivers of political co-operation among interest groups on the right who seek to protect gun rights. Her specialist area is think tanks and interest groups, co-operation and the role of values in political action. She uses political theory with qualitative methods. She is working under the supervision of Professor Gareth Davies and Dr Nadia Hilliard. Read more about her research here.
Josephine Harmon | academic profile
The Fabian Review (Vol. 134: Issue 4) (22 Dec 2022) | website
Professor Gareth Davies | academic profile
Dr Nadia Hilliard | academic profile
Josephine Harmon delivering the 2022 British Library US Politics Today Lecture at the US embassy in London