Delirium at Halftime: The real excess of the imaginary

Ollie Dawson reflects on his first year on the MSc Society & Space course and looks at the philosopher who has had biggest impact on his thinking so far – Giles Deleuze. It took me twelve years to find my way from undergraduate study in literature to post-graduate study in the social sciences. I flirtedContinue reading “Delirium at Halftime: The real excess of the imaginary”

Summer project: Psychogeography

By Conal Dougan One of the benefits of being a part-time student is that, in the first year at least, the whole summer becomes an unofficial extended reading week. While the full-time students are busy working tirelessly on their dissertations, the part timers are left with five months off from May to September – theContinue reading “Summer project: Psychogeography”

What’s it like studying part-time?

By Emma Manion The impending threat or relief of post-degree life can be felt keenly in those last frantic months of exams and dissertation writing. Maybe you already have an incomprehensible job title on a competitive graduate scheme. Or are planning to make your great escape through a Tefl course. Perhaps, like me, you areContinue reading “What’s it like studying part-time?”