Dr Ken Fox discusses if remakes of films or TV series can be as successful as the originals.
Following the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution Dr David Bates asks if communism is still a viable political theory .
Professor Amelia Hadfield responds to a recent Daily Mail article which offered an opinion on the Jean Monnet structure and a recent writing competition at the University.
Dr Leonardo Raznovich explains how Brexit could help to secure human rights for LGBTI people in UK territories of the Caribbean.
Jim Butcher, Reader in the Geography of Tourism, looks at the relationship between short term volunteering and development.
Professor Peter Vujakovic explains how the ‘veteran’ tress of 1987’s Great Storm can show us the resilience of nature.
Dr David Bates looks ahead to the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and explores the importance of time in the establishment of the Soviet Union.
Professor Douglas MacInnes looks at how we can all help remove the stigma around mental health issues just by changing our language.
Guest blogger Dr Asya Draganova explains how Canterbury became the sound of prog rock and psychedelic music.
Teacher apprenticeships: a well thought out policy or a desperate measure to address a national crisis?
Kerry Jordan-Daus from the Faculty of Education asks if apprenticeships can help with recruiting and training new teachers.