On March 9, Bev Zalcock’s films (made with partner Sara Chambers; they are Barrelstout Productions, formerly Pitbull Productions) opened the Birkbeck Essay Film festival with a “Friends, Lovers & Revolution! […]
Couldn’t get into Professor Stephen Hannah’s Money and Banking course here at Syracuse London? Not to worry, you can get a taste of it on Professor Hannah’s course website’s blog, […]
Closing soon (September 2) , the exhibition “Migrate” will be held at Omeara (http://www.omearalondon.com/events/migrate/). Sponsored by NEXTgen London and the Impossible Project, using instant analogue film (polaroids!) http://uk.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/2477157/london-photo-exhibition-explores-human-migration?utm_source=Blouin+Artinfo+Newsletters&utm_campaign=e937b6425a-Blouin+Artinfo+News+08.29.2017&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_df23dbd3c6-e937b6425a-81879697 and the […]
Professor Justin Hunt’s latest essay has just been published by Bloomsbury in Sexuality and Gender at Home Experience, Politics, Transgression – link to book. Congratulations to Justin!
Saniya Moore, winner of our 2017 Leadership Award, interviewed Professor Ivana Bajic-Hajdukovic and her honors class “Food, Culture and Identity” for a Daily Orange article. “Bajic-Hajdukovic said London’s incredible food […]
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/apr/18/theresa-may-uk-general-election-8-june Big news here today, as Theresa May has called a UK general election. Be sure to follow the UK news on June 8, when it will be held.
check out Wahyd Vannoni’s latest piece for PBS Newshour, in honor of “inception day” in the classic film Blade Runner. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/brands-treat-us-like-replicants-blade-runner/
If you are around the week of 15th May, check out what is on offer at nearby Birkbeck. Our own Bev Zalcock is releasing some of her films from the […]
Bev Zalcock, (ETS430, Global Cities and World Cinema) is an important influence on filmmaker Carol Morley’s work. Morley noted it was Bev who mentioned a medieval laughing epidemic, that led […]
Democracy, dissent, architecture, and time. Dr Eray Cayli (teaching London’s Built Environment this spring semester) will be speaking at the V&A /RCA History of Design Research Seminar on: “Democracy Under Construction: […]