Todays review discusses the Edinburgh fringe show Sing Sistah Sing! Tales of Transatlantic Freedom – which is the next edition of Andrea Baker’s Sing Sistah Sing! series. I had the pleasure of attending […]
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).
This Post Provides A List of The Songs Employed in The Don’t Let Me Die in Phoenix Series
In this post John Davis returns to discussing the cataclysmic health issues he encountered in the USA and critiques some of the care he received. It is difficult to criticise health professionals […]
In this article John Davis continues to examine the impact that his health issues had on his sense of self and on the well-being of his wife. The previous article began to […]
I am a really busy person, both personally and professionally; often juggling more than one position at the same time. For example, I lecture at the University of Edinburgh and am also […]
I am a PhD Researcher based at the School of Education in University of Glasgow. My main interests relate to social justice, citizenship education and values. My background is in education, having […]
Let The Flowers Bloom Part 2: Christina Milarvie Quarrell and John Davis Part 1 of this post discussed the disabling, violent and controlling effect of patriarchy in male-female relationships. It posed questions […]