Friday Sep 20th, 2013

When are bridges public art?

By David Blockley
The costly controversy over the abandonment of the ambitious Wear Bridge scheme and current plans by Sunderland City Council to ‘reduce down to a simpler design’ is a manifestation of what can happen when thinking about various forms of art is confounded. read more »

Friday Jul 25th, 2014

The vote for women bishops

A step in the right direction for the Church of England to avoid sectarianism
Friday Jul 18th, 2014

Cameron’s reshuffle

Simon Usherwood explores whether David Cameron is preparing for a new term in office or rearranging deckchairs
Friday Jul 11th, 2014

Practical wisdom and why we need to value it

How we can face future uncertainties
Friday Jul 4th, 2014

Killing me softly: rethinking lethal injection

How hard is it to kill someone humanely?
Friday
Jun 27th, 2014

Coral reef stresses

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Friday
Jun 20th, 2014

What has changed in geopolitics?

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Friday
Jun 13th, 2014

Derrida on the madness of our time

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Friday
Jun 6th, 2014

Apples and carrots count as well

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Friday
May 30th, 2014

Ten landscape designers who changed the world

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Friday
May 16th, 2014

15 facts on African religions

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Friday
May 9th, 2014

Why literary genres matter

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Friday
Apr 18th, 2014

Very short talks

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Friday
Apr 11th, 2014

Writing as technology

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