Film Screening and Q&A—The Constitution: A Love Story About Hate

The Constitution, set in Zagreb, Croatia, tells the story of four very different people living in the same apartment building but avoiding each other because of differences in their beliefs, how they live their lives, and where they come from. Under normal circumstances they would probably never exchange a word, but misfortune ultimately pushes them… Read more »

The Politics of Hate: Community, Societal and Global Responses

Since the INHS’ inaugural conference held at the University of Sussex in 2014, the relevance of hate studies has become even more pronounced, with the current refugee crisis; the rise of the far right in Europe; increasing discussions about racism in policing in the United States; and state sanctioned policies of homophobia and transphobia. The… Read more »