Bethany Staunton

Language Officer, Deputy Editor

Background

Bethany has an MA in International Relations from Leiden University, the Netherlands. Her studies focused on the critical analysis of language and discourses in economic crisis, with a particular focus on Europe’s post-2010 sovereign debt crises. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Newcastle University, the UK. Bethany worked for a year as a trainee volunteer advisor at the Citizens Advice Bureau, a free public advice centre in the UK, where she dealt primarily with welfare, debt and employment issues. She also completed an internship at a human rights and development organisation in Liverpool as a special events organiser. In December 2019, Bethany got promoted to the position of deputy editor of HesaMag.

Areas of activity

English language editing, French-English translation, arrangement of contracts.

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The real work of art

This issue explores several aspects of art as work. As a collective work of many, often invisible labourers. As a work generally carried out under conditions of great precarity and in which physical risks are often overlooked. As a work which often goes unpaid under the pretext that the practitioners are driven by passion. And indeed, what helps... Find out more