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a lopsided intimacy

My parity has always been askew, a close read to the shadow attachment, bordering proximity to the bergamot stained bedside cabinet, the top draw misplacing a screw, drawer topples off the ledge, methanol scented tissues and felted sacks of miscommunication, converging rings forming a Venn diagram of the space between air and leaves, where dreams […]

Cornel West Lecture 6 - A Love Supreme (A Way Through)

The last of Professor West’s Gifford Lectures, titled ‘A Love Supreme (A Way Through)’ took place on Thursday 16th May at the Informatics Forum. This event was chaired by Professor Stewart J. Brown, Professor Emeritus of Ecclesiastical History, and Deputy-Convenor of the Gifford Lectureship Committee. Below is a summary of the lecture, followed by a […]


A listing and repository of my publications, with lead/co-authorship by members of my group highlighted in bold italics. I also have reasonably up-to-date listings on Edinburgh Research Explorer, Google Scholar, Orcid and Web of Science. 82. Sanderson, R.J.; N. Ross, K. Winter, R.G. Bingham, S.L. Callard, T.A. Jordan and D.A. Young (2024) Dated radar-stratigraphy between […]

The Scottish Enlightenment and the connections between geology and the European Enlightenment: From the Past to the Present

What inspired this blog? The inspiration was based on a talk by Caroline Winterer, who is  the William Robertson Coe Professor of History and American Studies. One of her specializations are the history of science and the history of our scientific understanding of the world. She is also the author of five books, including most […]

"That Disturbing Element": Angel-Mother As Mermaid in J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan

In this blogpost, Rosaleen Nolan shines a light into the darker corners of one of the most beloved nurseries in children’s literature…   “Wendy has not yet appeared, but she has been trying to come ever since that loyal nurse cast the humorous shadow of woman upon the scene and made us feel that it […]

Sprint 2: Open Toolkits | Week 3:  Open & Modding

Sprint 2: Open Toolkits Week 3:  Learning Module on ‘Open & Modding’ Prof Neil Mulholland This short learning module will provide you with a few tools to investigate the open paradigm and the practices of teaching and making contemporary art ‘in the open’. It also offers a semi-structured reading process that you can follow on […]

Natural Flood Management Seminar by Dr Ian Pattison

Seminar Natural Flood Management in England Dr Ian Pattison Dr Ian Pattison is an Associate Professor at the School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society at Heriot-Watt University. Dr Ian spends a large amount of his research time in the field and around rural farms around the United Kingdom. He is interested in hydro geology […]


Call for Submissions In/Between is a forthcoming practice-based journal conceived, led and run by our MSc and PhD Intermediality students! Submissions for the first issue are open until Monday, 17 June 2024. Click on the image below for further details, or here to access the full CFS and to follow In/Between across social media. Previous […]


All issues of Art in Translation are available at Taylor & Francis Online Volume 15, Issue 3, 2023. Latin American Art. Migration and Reception Abdias do Nascimento, “Culture and Aesthetics at the Museum of Black Art,” translated from Portuguese by Alban Mills and Rosane Carneiro Ramos. Originally published as “Cultura e estética no Museu de Arte Negra,” […]

Naming paragraphs as part of the writing process

In my quest to expose the writing process I have structured this paper using named paragraphs. Each paragraph has a title showing the purpose it performs as part of the overall paper structure. This should help putting the paper together as a coherent argument, showing how each bit adds to the whole. Here we go: […]


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