With stellar performances and an informative narrative, Judas and the Black Messiah is praised by Harvey Isitt
Issy Murray breaks down the ballroom scene of the 1970s.
An interview with the founders, Andrea De Jong and Hanife Hursit, of The Creative Switch: turning the spotlight on Amplify’s Online Editor, Rupali Naik, interviews the founders of The Creative Switch on their recent growth, work, and experiences. Last week I was honoured to interview Andrea De Jong and Hanife Hursit, the two founders of […]
Print Editor Bryony Gooch looks at the University of Leicester’s decision to axe Medieval Literature as an attempt to decolonise the curriculum.
In conversation with Angela Davis and Ilan Pappé Written by Clara Akiki. Clara Akiki reflects upon the recent talk (digitally) given by Professor Angela Davis and Professor Ilan Pappé at our university Two weeks ago, Exeter’s Decolonising Network hosted an online conversation with scholar-activists Professor Angela Davis and Professor Ilan Pappé. The guests discussed a […]
Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells speaks to Professor Louise Lawrence about the department’s, and her own, efforts to comprehend what “decolonisation” means within Theology and Religion.
Understanding the farmers protests in India through the Sikh diaspora Ria Kalsi reminds us of how pressing the protests in India should be to all of us. Farmers have been protesting in India, some since the summer of 2020, for rights as workers, minorities, and most of all as humans. The farming industry is the […]
Caitlin Barr considers the history of awards ceremonies, discrimination, and Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You
The Attempted Coup of Capitol Hill: a mark on American history. Lauren Haughey comments on the recent attempted coup of Capitol Hill as a reminder of racial disparities and weak democracy. “We’re going to walk down to the Capitol and we’re going to cheer on our brave Senators, and Congressmen and women, and we’re probably […]
Ethiopia: A country on the brink Lotti Norman takes a look at the unfolding situation in Ethiopia’s Tigray province and the potential for a civil war. Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country, is a country of immense ethnic diversity, and one on the brink of civil war. The national forces of Ethiopia, headed by Prime […]