Sophia Psarra, Professor of Architecture and Spatial Design at The Bartlett, UCL, reflects on the recent Parliament Buildings Conference that was jointly hosted by UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture and the European Institute. Continue reading Making Parliament Buildings: architects in conversation
In her interviews with three Belarusian artists on their work portraying the recent political protests in Belarus, Pippa Crawford, Final Year Russian Studies Student at UCL SSEES, highlights the fundamental role art has played in the protests. Continue reading ‘We Can’t Be Afraid Anymore’ – Artists Behind the Frontline in Belarus
Colin Sterling and Rodney Harrison examine how museums are confronting their complex pasts, and consider how this reimagining could be applied to the issue of climate change. Continue reading Climate crisis: how museums could inspire radical action
Clare Melhuish explores the interconnections between landmarks of quintessentially British modernist architecture and their European counterparts. Continue reading How European is the Brunswick Centre?
Michael Wilson considers Greek mythology’s Daidalos as an early example of research mobility. Continue reading Daidalos – the first of Europe’s mobile researchers?