‘When you’re a doctor can you still be our mummy?’ by Alison Horgan
Alison Horgan explains some of the challenges and rewards of the different roles and identities she negotiates as a PhD researcher and a mother.
A Permaculture PhD, by Mary Loveday
Mary Loveday outlines twelve points, based on David Holmgren’s Permaculture design principles, for a sustainable approach to the PhD process.
Donald Hall, by Lucy Cheseldine
Lucy Cheseldine shares personal reflections on the loss of the American poet, editor, and critic Donald Hall (1928-2018).
Sharing Secrets: An Unforgettable KEP Experience in Germany, by Luke Daly-Groves
Luke Daly-Groves relates his experience of exchanging knowledge and stories with locals at a public lecture on the hidden history of MI6 in a town in North Rhine-Westphalia:
A Shoe Full of Stars, by Omar Shahryar
Earlier this year Omar Shahryar devised an opera about terrorism in collaboration with secondary school students. Read more and watch the Channel 4 coverage here!