The Capture of Sound – or How Three Students Began a Radio Show Together

A tale of serendipity … by way of a story.   Three strangers embarking on the Society and Space masters at the same time decide to produce a radio show together. Inspired by the theoretical readings and innovative research on the course, they come to inhabit the university’s radio studio once a week for betweenContinue reading “The Capture of Sound – or How Three Students Began a Radio Show Together”

A warm welcome to our new students!

Over the past week we’ve welcomed our new Society and Space cohort into the School of Geographical Sciences – an exciting mix of people from a wise range of backgrounds, including geography, sociology, English literature, maths, engineering, and architecture! Many of our new students have worked for some years since taking their undergraduate degrees inContinue reading “A warm welcome to our new students!”

Moving with thought: An ecological encounter with medieval poetry.

By Ollie Dawson How can encounters with art produce new knowledge? What is our responsibility as researchers to the encounter with art as the site of knowledge production? These questions were brought to the fore in my recent field work at Ledbury Poetry Festival, where I attended Fair Field, a five-part theatrical production based onContinue reading “Moving with thought: An ecological encounter with medieval poetry.”