Games and play have always functioned as tools for socialisation – and politicisation. So why do we continue to underestimate the radical potential of video games?
To understand the election we must be open to a complex, even contradictory, set of answers. The state of the nation – our Disunited Kingdom – can only be understood in fragments.
A celebration of theatre created at the margins, away from the pantomime of British politics.
Postcards have played a role in colonial expansion, social justice activism, and simple transnational communication. We're engaging with the legacies and uses of postcards in the GlobalGRACE project.
Streaming services are meanwhile altering the way that we consume – and produce – TV. But this revolution good for politics?
I have just returned home from an intensive-yet-relaxing two and a half day writing retreat at The Gladstone Library in Hawarden, organised by The Sociological Review. Now in its fourth year, the retreat is designed for early career researchers with places awarded on a competitive basis that priorities scholars from communities that are under-represented in academia. … Continue reading Reflections: TSR Writing Retreat