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An interview with Makayla Edwards (a biology student and also my roommate)

For this post I decided to ask my roommate and friend Makayla Edwards a few questions relating to feminist critiques of national identity and how it operates within the Canadian state. 570 more words

Blog Post

Nation Branding - "a graphic negotiation with the past, present and future"

I have just attended a presentation by guest speaker, Javier Gimeno-Martínez (of VU University, Amsterdam), in which he spoke about how the branding of Belgian regions combines references to local history with hopes for the united EU future. 520 more words

Criticism

British Identity, Interwar Youth Movements, and the Kindred of the Kibbo Kift

British Identity, Interwar Youth Movements, and the Kindred of the Kibbo Kift

This week, PhD. student Rachel K. Cheng (University of Glasgow) considers the appeal of youth group The Kindred of Kibbo Kift and the conflation of ‘British’ and ‘English’ ideas and images. 830 more words

England

Assignment One- Research

Ian Interviews Taaj – Come Fly With Me – BBC One

As I am beginning to throw myself into this project, I am seeing Britishness and focus upon our national identity everywhere. 701 more words

Developing And Understanding Photographic Practice

Santiago- a Poem by Lorca

Tonight Santiago went by
On his path of light through the sky
The playing children say so
a gentle brook’s burbling water.

Where to, celestial pilgrim, 639 more words

Poetry

We Eten

Recently, thinking of topics to blog about has become more difficult, because the longer I stay here in the Netherlands the more my surroundings normalize. And when things around you that were once new and different become expected and quotidian, they spark less reflection. 1,090 more words

Exchange

Le Felicitazioni Italia!

Well, if you didn’t know it was the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday! It was hosted in Malta for the first time, after they won the contest the previous year with Gaia Cauchi’s ballad ‘The Start’. 439 more words

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