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Arts Review: Neil MacGregor's Living with Gods

As part of the Aye Write! Book Festival, Royal Concert Hall, 15 March, 7.45-8.45pm

It has always been quite the intellectual challenge to survey world cultures, especially religions, from a holistic point of view. 339 more words

University Of Glasgow

Arts Review: Chris Renwick & Vickie Cooper: The Origins and Dismantling of The Welfare State

As part of the Aye Write! Festival, 24th March 2018, 6:30PM – 7:30PM, Tramway. 

This event was ideal for a time when an extraordinary period of strike action at UK universities has just ended, debates about the rising privatisation of public assets and what we can do about it, are at the forefront of my mind, and the minds of many others. 508 more words

Arts And Culture

Glasgow Gallivanting: March 2018

In like a lion, out like a lamb? March certainly lived up to the first part of that proverb: in fact snow has been a feature of most of it. 1,080 more words


Aye Write! Festival 2018: A Selection of Events

The 2018 Aye Write! Festival has come to a close in Glasgow, and this year we were graced by a number of high-quality events. All opinions in this post are strictly my own, and do not reflect the views of any other person or organisation. 1,533 more words


Arts Review: Of Women

Shami Chakrabarti talking at Mitchell Library, part of Aye Write! Festival (17th March)

In her book Of Women Shami Chakrabarti aims to talk about the role of women in the 21st Century across the globe. 359 more words