On Teacher Appreciation Day Kerry Jordan-Daus explains how the Faculty of Education is saying ‘thank you’ to our alumni and teachers.
On the 200th anniversary of birth of Karl Marx, Dr David Bates asks: is Marxism dead?
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at how the recent Government defeat in the Lords on the EU Withdrawal Bill impacts on the future of the Irish border.
Dr Michael Goodrum explains the political and financial influence of the comic book hero, Superman.
As the EU Withdrawal Bill once again comes under the scrutiny of Parliament, Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the power play between the regions and Westminster.
Dr Claire E. Hughes, Principal Lecturer and Faculty Director of Special Education Needs and Inclusion, explains why autism should be celebrated and appreciated, not cured.
Dr Jonathan Barnes and Alex Ntung explore how activities such as dance, drama and art can help migrant children regain confidence and trust and lead to successful integration.
With the recent renewal of Cold-War-era tensions, Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the parallels that are being drawn with the past.
Dr Katie Dray discuss the lack of women in coaching on International Women’s Day.
Dr Sara Wolfson looks at the forgotten influence three women had upon King Charles I and his art collection, which is currently being exhibited at in Royal Academy London.