No, not Hamlet. This is the question Joseph Stromberg asked himself while writing for Slate. In a fabulous piece on… Read more To publish, or not to publish, that is the question!
The unconscious mind is amazing. The snag is: it’s wrong quite a lot of the time.
19-20 April 2018 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow In cooperation with Wellcome Trust The Centre for the Social History of Health… Read more CFP Cannabis: Global Histories
This past week the UK Government released a Drugs Strategy. Here is some of the reaction to the document, which… Read more UK Drugs Strategy – July 2017 – Same old, same old?
Apparently, I missed some yoga trends in my most recent post. There are others. For example: beer yoga. Beer Yoga… Read more Two More Yoga Trends, 2017.
Radicalism at the library is about more than just speaking loudly! Earlier this month I had the opportunity to get… Read more Radical Librarians Unite!
I’m delighted that professional photographer Morgan Scott shares his images and ideas. Most of the time he works in London… Read more ‘Street Portraits’ by Morgan Scott
This can’t be ignored. Sexual harassment, misconduct and gender violence by university staff are at epidemic levels in the UK,… Read more Abusing the Body in Higher Ed.
It’s my pleasure to promote the publication of an important Policy Brief on Cannabis by Kathleen Thompson. Over the past… Read more Cannabis ‘Policy Brief’ Announcement
(It’s an honour to have Dr Adam Montgomery share his thoughts on trauma, the military, and PTSD. You can read… Read more PTSD, Peacekeeping, and Politics by Adam Montgomery