Written by Chloe Lawson Streaming culture is increasingly dominating our world. So much so that it has been ingrained into our everyday lives. From the minute we wake up, by checking out the latest YouTube video that our favourite content creator has released. To the moment we close our eyes where beforehand we’ve aimlessly scrolled… Read More Streaming Culture: Subscription Platforms and the Unending Consumption of Culture
Written by Rob MacFarlane Once again, the debate over public displays of religious clothing, as well as the relationship between state and faith, has been brought to the fore. On 25th April, a court in Quebec upheld a law that has banned public sector workers from wearing religious symbols at their places of work, which… Read More Religious Censorship: persecution or protection?
Written by Jasmine Waters Having a celebrity crush is a tale as old as time. But with our increasing need to virtually blurt out every thought that springs to mind, comes the spotlight of just how many of us try to keep celebrity relationships of the past alive. Somewhere in the midst of the internet,… Read More Why do we ‘simp’ for celebrity ex-relationships?
Written by Madylene Beardmore As a curator, it is my job to collect and protect artefacts, it is the foundational part of the role. However, the question is, to what cost? Across Europe there are countless collections of artefacts which have been collected or transferred during times of Imperial rule. Artefacts which were plundered, stolen,… Read More British Museum Repatriation