‘Pulling on the Chancellor’s Robes’. Reflections on the Strike and its Attendant Politics

The following is a reflection on an artefact of political discourse (and more) that formed one action among many during the recent strikes against pension cuts (and more). It is partial and subjective and I hope it will become one vignette among many in the rich tapestry made possible by the extra-ordinary and politicised spaceContinue reading “‘Pulling on the Chancellor’s Robes’. Reflections on the Strike and its Attendant Politics”

Geographies of Fashion and Style: A Symposium.

You are warmly invited to a symposium help in the School of Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol exploring the creative and contested geographies of fashion and style. Research on fashion within geography has importantly problematized the labour geographies and post-colonial politics of the contemporary garment industry. More recently, geographers have begun to recogniseContinue reading “Geographies of Fashion and Style: A Symposium.”

Researching Alternative Worlds: James Ash on (Un)shared Horizons, the Concrete and the Abstract

The official launch event for the Society and Space MSc blog, which also served as a celebration of the 25 years of the course’s existence, took place in Geographical Sciences on Wednesday 27th April. The panel for the event was made up of six Society and Space alumni, who spoke highly of their experience on theContinue reading “Researching Alternative Worlds: James Ash on (Un)shared Horizons, the Concrete and the Abstract”