Category: Secondary Research

Lecture | Joan Fontcuberta

In honour of the exhibition, The Itinerant Languages of Photography, Catalan photographer Joan Fontcuberta delivered the keynote lecture for the

The Death of the Aurthor

Roland Barthes, reform, not revolution, Post Structulismim, thoughts. Is there anything original anymore?

The Definition of Moral Dilemmas:

A Logical ProblemAuthorDe Haan, JurriaanIs Part Of Ethical theory and moral practice, 2001-09-01, Vol.4 (3), p.267-284 This paper concerns one of the

On the side of humanity

humanity will win every time because people know in my heart that it is right. Academic licence, a clip from

Time

Light is the only connection we have with the Universe beyond our solar system, and the only connection our ancestors

Ice Watch

In early October 2015, on a clear day with very little wind, a tugboat left the harbour of Nuuk in

Reading List

Don McMullin Unreasonable Behaviour: An Autobiography The New Definitive The Landscape In England Shaped By War Unreasonable Behaviour: The Updated

Dying to Belong

Full Report (PDF)

Hamlet

‘What a piece of worke is a man! How Noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! In forme and mouing

Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet

Roy Herbert Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet, GBE (5 June 1894 – 4 August 1976) was a Canadian-born British newspaper proprietor who became one

Ethics and morals PHO703 – Title

Who are we, what are we, why are we different How did I come to this title? With our unique