The Business and Practice of Journalism: The failure of political journalism
Helen Lewis is associate editor of the New Statesman. She recently interviewed Ian McEwan about his new novel Machines Like Me, while other recent articles have tackled the continuance of hereditary peers in the UK House of Lords, and the radicalisation of remainers in the Brexit debate.
She is an honorary member of Women in the Humanities, an expanding research programme within the University of Oxford which focusses on providing interdisciplinary humanities scholarship on women.
Helen is currently writing DIFFICULT WOMEN: An Imperfect History Of Feminism, for Jonathan Cape. Publication is due for February of next year.
She regularly appears on BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and the News Quiz.
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