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! […]
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 […]
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: […]
Call For Participants, SU London in the World: Freedom of Speech and Safe Spaces Date and Time: Wednesday 15 February – 17.15 – 19.30 Place: Syracuse University London Theme: In […]
SUL professor Frances Smith (who teaches ETS360/FIL360/WGS400.2 | British Masculinity on Screen: James Bond and Sherlock Holmes) has just published a review of Season 4 of Sherlock on Critical Studies […]