Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman explores how the women of the Greenham Common Peace Camp stood against NATO for the sake of their children and all children of the future.
Is banter acceptable or an example of institutionalised bullying, hidden in plain sight?
Following last week’s Expert Comment by Dr Ian Durrant on ‘canteen culture’ within the police and bullying behaviour, this week Dr Durrant discusses if banter should be accepted or is it an example of institutionalised bullying?
It’s only a game? Maps, identity and Ukraine’s new football shirt
Dr Alex Kent discusses the implications of Ukraine’s new football shirt for Euro2020.
Earth Day 2021 – restoring our world
Professor Peter Vujakovic, Dr Stephen Scoffham and Dr Paula Owens, argue for better mapping for a sustainable future on Earth Day 2021.
Holocaust Memorial Day 2021
Dr Maria Diemling looks at the alarming rise in anti-Jewish attacks and our responsibility to speak out against Antisemitism.
Wither the Union…?
Dr Paul Anderson explores the current state of the Union and the call for Scottish independence.
Working in partnership to Close Our Gap
Mary Makinde is a Lecturer in Forensic Investigation and the University’s BAME Strategic Lead for the Closing Our Gap Strategy group which aims to eradicate the BAME attainment gap. In this expert comment Mary explains the work that is taking place within […]
From TikTok to Tiger King – what are you watching during lockdown?
Dr Ken Fox looks at how viewing habits are changing during lockdown, and the lasting impact it could have on the film and TV industries.
The Simpsons at 30
Dr Michael Goodrum looks at the cultural impact of The Simpsons and their enduring appeal.