In today’s article Christina and John explore our relationships with our memories. The article builds from a recent piece (see link) written by Claudia Hammond (the author of The Art of Rest).
John Davis is the Professor of Childhood Inclusion at the University of Edinburgh. He is author of the SSSC Taking the First Steps report that evaluated the impact of the BA Childhood […]
Christina Milarvie Quarrell is a Poet Photographer Artist born and raised in the Govanhill Gorbals communities. Her work celebrates the values of people before profit. Art is her passion and she utilises […]
To commemorate the anniversary of Benny Lynch’s death, in a collaboratively written article, Christina Milarvie Quarrell and John Davis consider: why it is time to raise a statue to Glasgow’s greatly loved […]
It’s been 40 days since any text was posted in this blog. So thanks to Wordathlon for her blog, ‘the opposite of war’ for helping with a beginning and stimulating this post. Thinking […]
Many years ago I worked in the North East of England and was lucky enough to have digs with a couple who were involved in the Disability Movement and who were incredible […]
Paul Mason’s been at it again. He has been writing in an inspirational way about what the solutions to our present frustration with the ‘system’ might be. In his article for the […]
There are 11.1 million people in Greece and 5.3 million people in Scotland. Scotland shares some similarities with Greece. For example, both countries: eat a haggis type dish; have tourism as a […]