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By Karina Andrianova

Eduardo Paolozzi’s exhibition is now on at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. Until 14 May visitors can see over 250 works including screen prints, collages and sculptures by the ‘Godfather’ of Pop Art. 78 more words


Novoneyra- Wolf Stuff

Wolf stuff

boar gorge

lone places no one’s been or will go.

The wolf! The eyes the back of the wolf!

The wolf comes down the wood’s eye… 271 more words

Post War

Public History and the British Extreme Right Seminar Report

How much do you know about or understand the politics, history and the beliefs of the extreme right in Britain? Is it important to know more and what social responsibilities would go hand in hand with this type of knowledge? 589 more words

Seminar Paper: “Facing the Hardships”: Mixed Race Relationships and Women’s Magazines in 1950s Britain

Paper will be presented Gender and Sexuality Research Seminar at Reading University on 13 March 2017.

The arrival of the Empire Windrush in 1948 was a symbolic turning point as the British Nationality Act saw the ‘Empire come home.’ At the centre of debates about new ‘race relations’ were mixed race relationships, challenging racial, colonial and gender boundaries. 67 more words


Farewell To My Grandmother

Initially this post was going to be about the time when I got stood up on a date on last Saturday. Typically enough, these things happen to me because, well, I am not exactly sure why. 652 more words

The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

The very first English language film I remember watching was a war film (a farcical comedy called Our Miss Fred, which I’ve never managed to get hold of since). 2,023 more words

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