Straw was the executive director of Britain Stronger in Europe, the group that campaigned for the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union, ahead of the 2016 referendum.  He was awarded a CBE in outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron 's controversial resignation honours in 2016. 
Will Straw is Professor of Urban Media Studies. He has been Visiting Professor at the Open University (Budapest), the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the University of Belgrade. He is also Adjunct Research Professor in the Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture, Carleton University.
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Will Straw “Night Studies,” bringing together historians, urbanists, sociologists, economists, anthropologists, ethnologists, philosophers, biologists, specialists in culture and communication,...
04/05/2014 · Back in December 1997, young William, the 17-year-old son of the then home secretary, Jack Straw, fell victim to a nasty sting by the Daily Mirror. The tabloid paid two of his friends £2,000 each...
Will Straw - The Thingishness of Things AN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR VISUAL STUDIES The Thingishness of Things by W ill S traw Keynote address for the Interrogating Subcultures conference University of Rochester March 27, 1998 ©1999
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