Investigating Lesbian responses to the natural world, particularly the ‘back to the land’ movements of the late-20th century, Professor Nancy C Unger, author of Beyond Nature’s Housekeepers: American Women in Environmental History, considers how LGBTQ+ experiences have long-inspired the exploration of alternative paradigms for living with nature.
Professor Geoffrey Crossick, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at the School of Advanced Study, gave one of the ten-minute ‘lightning talks’ at the Being Human Lab on the first day of the Being Human festival (12–22 November). He was challenged to discuss ‘What new issues must humanity face in the near future, and how can […]
Earlier this year, Dr Michael Eades, was invited to show selected materials from his AHRC-funded research project, Bloomsbury Festival in a Box: engaging socially isolated people with dementia, at Leeds College of Art. The ‘Festival in a Box: archives’ exhibition, which runs until 30 November, draws together materials assembled during artist-led visits to the homes […]