Olivia Arigho Stiles is a History graduate of the University of Oxford. She writes on international culture, politics and policy. Her undergraduate History dissertation explored the 1960s London underground press and its aesthetic links to Dadaism.
She is interested in global social movements (especially Latin American), climate change and global policy.
She has written for a number of publications including EUI Times, Alborada, Left Foot Forward, Review31, Sounds and Colours, Government Gazette as well as Oxford University publications including Cherwell and Isis. She was an Associate Editor of the Oxford Left Review and a Music Editor for Cherwell.
“Art needs an operation”
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