Chris Beighton explains the importance of learning languages for commercial success.
Dr Maria Diemling looks at the alarming rise in anti-Jewish attacks and our responsibility to speak out against Antisemitism.
Dr Andrew Palmer turns to the novelist Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) for some thoughts on how illness can transform our perceptions.
To mark the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens’s death this year, Professor Carolyn Oulton discusses the writer’s connections with Kent.
Dr Michael Goodrum looks at the cultural impact of The Simpsons and their enduring appeal.
Dr Martin Watts explains how essential mental health and wellbeing skills are being embedded into the Arts and Humanities Foundation Year curriculum.