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Collective Jewellery Landscapes
Xan Goetzee-Barral explores how Jewellery can provide a beguiling opportunity to explore the relationship between the site of the body and of the landscape, through its socio-cultural, material and tactile qualities.
The Fyfield School of Land
The Fyfield School of Land is a project that is the outcome of a year of collaboration between Kaye Song and Negar Taatizadeh.
LGBTQ+ nightlife in London
Initiated in 2016 by Dr Ben Campkin and Lo Marshall, in collaboration with community groups the Raze Collective and the Queer Spaces Network, this research project focuses on nightlife spaces important to London's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) communities since 1986.
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Accelerating Islamophobia and emerging ‘Mosquephobia’
Professor Ali Alraouf and Sara Motwani talk about how mosques intersect with issues of Islamophobia and diversity in the built environment.
“Discourse on Colonialism” by Aimé Césaire
Nick Hughes shares poet and polititian Aimé Césaire's "Discourse on Colonialism," which critically analysed colonialism's long-lasting effects.
"The Role Of Ephemerality In The Queer Nightclub"read the article
"It’s always varying degrees of terror"
Isaac Nanabeyin Simpson on an architecture between cultures.read the post
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“Asmara’s inscription has also challenged international perceptions of Eritrea, where it is often misrepresented as being in perpetual conflict”
Helping secure Asmara’s UNESCO World Heritage statusfind out more