Contributors and submission guidelines




If you are interested in becoming a contributor, then please get in touch with a pitch of the article you would like to contribute. We are interested in topics connected to contemporary political concerns with a connection to political theory or ethics. 

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Editor: Hannah Mchugh

Hannah McHugh is a PhD researcher in Political Theory at University College London, and Graduate Teaching Assistant at London School of Economics. Her main area of interest is social justice from the perspective of republican theory and relational egalitarianism. She has written on structural injustice, political responsibility, historic injustice and on normative issues connected to financial market behaviours.


Co-Editor: Nikhil Venkatesh

Nikhil is a PhD candidate in the Department of Philosophy at University College London, and a fellow of the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research. His research focuses primarily on utilitarianism and socialism, with my doctoral thesis arguing that recognising the social nature of persons makes utilitarianism more defensible. He is also interested in ethical problems relating to effective altruism, in Marxism, in the ethics of data, in the philosophy of race and gender, and in the nature of normativity, morality and politics.

You can read more on his website: here.


Contact: nikhil.venkatesh.16@ucl.ac.uk

Editorial Assistant:
Anne Sandager

Anne Sandager is a final year undergraduate student at UCL studying Politics and International Relations. Her main academic interests are in political theory, in particular, questions regarding (de)democratisation, state legitimacy and authoritarianism have a tendency to occupy her mind. Anne is thrilled to combine her interest in political theory with an extensive background in journalism and communications as part of the What To Do About Now? team.

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