Festival in a Box: sharing knowledge on dementia and the arts

 Project Dissemination: As the Bloomsbury Festival in a Box Project moves towards its dissemination stages, we are opening up the ‘archives of engagement’ that have developed over the course of the project via a number of outlets. The first of these is a knowledge share day at the School of Advanced Study, which will bring together leading practitioners… Continue reading Festival in a Box: sharing knowledge on dementia and the arts

Pick of the Week: What Kind of Theory and Research is Relevant to the Well-Being and Rights of Children? -19 June 2013

Connections and smooth pathways between research, policy and practice are essential to ensure that researchers can play a part in achieving social justice and making a difference to children’s lives.  Professor Smith will argue that the recognition of children as active citizens and participants in research rather than the passive objects of concern is one… Continue reading Pick of the Week: What Kind of Theory and Research is Relevant to the Well-Being and Rights of Children? -19 June 2013

Pick of the week: The Place of Hell – Topographies, Structures, Genealogies

SAS pick of the week. On the island of Crete, there are around 850 historical churches containing fresco programmes, at least ninety-three of which contain vivid depictions of Hell. Many of these Hell scenes occur within the traditional setting of the Last Judgement, but quite frequently the eternal torments of the damned were also depicted… Continue reading Pick of the week: The Place of Hell – Topographies, Structures, Genealogies