Professor Ágnes Gulyás discusses the fundamental changes in local media.
Sexual abuse, harassment and gendered misuse of power – what Westminster might learn from other institutions
Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman looks at what Westminster should be doing in the wake of recent sexual abuse allegations.
Dr Michael Goodrum discusses diversity in Marvel comics.
Professor Douglas MacInnes looks at how we can all help remove the stigma around mental health issues just by changing our language.
Jim Butcher explores the legacy of Jack Kerouac’s iconic novel On The Road 60 years after publication.
Dr Elaine Brown argues that attacks by right wing extremists should be labelled as acts of terror.
Alcohol in pregnancy, why absence of evidence for a risk is not the same as evidence for absence of risk
Dr Hayley Mills, Dr Marlize De Vivo and Dr Chris Beedie, all from the Sport and Exercise Sciences programme, respond to yesterday’s news suggesting that women are being unfairly alarmed with regard to consuming alcohol when pregnant.
Dr Alexander Kent reflects on Banksy’s new mural that appeared in Dover on Sunday morning.
Dr Dikaia Chatziefstathiou, looks at how sporting agencies need to work to unify people through sport.
Professor Linden West was born and brought up in Stoke and has studied the city’s communities. Ahead of the Stoke Central byelection, he asks how has his childhood home become prey to Ukip?