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Suzanne Marchand on Porcelain: A History from the Heart of Europe

Suzanne L. Marchand is an American intellectual and cultural historian of modern Europe.

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Katy Shaw on New Writing North

Professor Katy Shaw leads research into twenty-first century writings at Northumbria University.

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Donna Freitas on Consent: A Memoir of Unwanted Attention

Donna Freitas is a scholar, teacher, writer, and author of fiction and non-fiction for both adults and teenagers.

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Emiliano Treré on Hybrid Media Activism

Emiliano Treré is Lecturer in the School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University, UK.

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Peter Campbell on Persistent Creativity

Peter Campbell is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Liverpool, UK.

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Joel Waldfogel on Digital Renaissance

Joel Waldfogel is an American economist and the Frederick R. Kappel Chair in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.

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How dancing helps me think, and thinking helps me dance

We dancers learn, maintain and teach what’s possible with physical expression

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Talent, you’re born with. Creativity, you can grow yourself

Creativity, it is said, is intelligence having fun. It’s the ability to generate ideas,...

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Oscar snub of ‘Little Women’ shows the limits of Hollywood feminism

It’s seductive to believe that women simply need to work hard, be authentic and stick to our principles to transcend patriarchy

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Cartoons have always been for adults but here’s how they got tangled up with kids

From its earliest days, animation depicted adult themes and behaviours

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How Minneapolis made Prince

Minneapolis’ story began with a struggle over land

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Creative industries, spatial contrasts and urban governance in Madrid

Madrid is still far from building a competitive creative metropolitan region

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Virtual Reality in China

Is There a Sustainable Business Model for Virtual Reality Content Enterprises?

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Recalling community

Using material culture and digital archives in Salford

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Western Sydney is hot!

Community arts and changing perceptions of the West

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Vera Lutter: The Museum in her Camera Obscura

Vera Lutter uses the camera obscura to create photographs with an ethereal, otherworldly beauty

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Quilt Fever

Welcome to the Academy Awards of quilting

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Litefeet – A generation in Movement

Litefeet is a type of street dance originated in Harlem and the Bronx

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Making of a Film Score

Over three days, over 70 classical musicians and a large team of sound recording engineers recorded a remarkable score

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The Mural

The unlimited nature of art and its capacity to express freedom, even for individuals constrained by the boundaries of prejudice

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