Novelist Sarah Smith reflects on Deaf history in Scotland and the challenges of capturing sign language in literature. September 24th, 1817. The High Court, Edinburgh. Jean Campbell stands accused of killing her child by
‘Representing the Medical Body’ took place at the Science Museum, London, on 28thMarch 2019. Words: Fiona Johnstone. Pictures: Lucy Lyons. “Did you notice that everyone was constantly talking about their feelings?” asked a colleague,
Isla Jones reviews the ‘Dissecting the Visceral Body, Across Time and Disciplines’ conference, University of London, March 1st 2019. The distinction between outer and inner, body and mind, has long been a point of
Creative writer David Hartley reflects on the connections – productive and problematic – between autism and the fantastical. Being a younger sibling to an autistic person is in itself something of curious experience. The
Recent educational policies in the U.S. have created an increased focus on educational fields associated with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics or STEM. This educational focus comes from a number of sources, including the
Art historian and curator Agnese Reginaldo shares her experience of creating a public engagement programme for the exhibition Blood and Bones: Living with Cancer (UCLH until 24thApril 2019). ‘If I am going to have to
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