Maria Rubin explores to what extent Russian diaspora literature has produced a mere clone of metropolitan Russian literature, or an alternative cultural formation. Continue reading Diaspora and Homeland: Alternative Worlds of Russian Literature?
Seb Coxon explains what got him interested in researching how beards are portrayed in medieval German literary texts, and how we make make sense of this. His new book, ‘Beards and Texts: Images of masculinity in medieval German literature’ out now with UCL Press, and available as a free e-book. Continue reading Beards and texts: reading images of masculinity in medieval German literature
Helen Chatterjee discusses the urgency for using interdisciplinary approaches to tackle the social determinants of health. Continue reading How can community assets, creative health partnerships and social prescribing tackle health inequalities?
Dr Anna Hoare writes about her work on Mapping the Histories of London’s Travellers. Continue reading Mapping the Histories of London’s Travellers
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