‘A jolt of intellectual electricity.’ Strathclyde University and the Scottish Crucible

Strathclyde leads the way in Scottish Crucible https://www.strath.ac.uk/intranet/staffnews/headline_1115731_en.html A record eight out of 30 places on the award-winning Scottish Crucible programme have been secured by Strathclyde researchers, recognising the outstanding potential of the University’s future research leaders. Supported by the Scottish Funding Council, the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Scottish Parliament and Heriot Watt University,Continue reading “‘A jolt of intellectual electricity.’ Strathclyde University and the Scottish Crucible”

CFP. Mental Health and Money: Past and Present

A Call for Papers. Socioeconomic factors and mental health: past and present Editors: Professor Matthew Smith and Dr Lucas Richert (University of Strathclyde, UK) This article collection will examine how the relationship between socioeconomic factors and mental health has been and is understood in an array of different places and periods. Although much of theContinue reading “CFP. Mental Health and Money: Past and Present”

Radical Librarians Unite!

Radicalism at the library is about more than just speaking loudly! Earlier this month I had the opportunity to get involved with a Radical Collections conference at the University of London. It was called “Radical Voices.” In the “post-truth,” “fake news,” “24-hour news cycle” epoch, it’s absolutely vital to examine the way information – allContinue reading “Radical Librarians Unite!”