Academia is like playing 3D chess blindfolded on the back of a motorcycle whilst drunk and having had no one explain the rules - yet like the best Supervillains we get back up. #mentalhealthweek
#bebodykind is the theme of the 2019 #mentalhealthweek so in article I explore the impact of commodification, socialised perfection, and fat shaming in 21st century society.
We live increasingly within the scope of the judgemental public gaze. This article discusses what happens when these eyes turn against those who take their own lives to escape the torment.
Snowflakes - We want you! This article looks at the heart and similarities of the controversial British Army Recruitment Campaign and its connections to Kitchener's original order.
Leading on from my previous post about active learning; find out about how I turned a tutorial into a detective mystery.
Mischievous Martyr or an Accidental Activist? Implementing different pedagogical practices in teaching.
As part of the research I am conducting into Magic and the Supernatural in the First World War - here are some fascinating titbits about ghosts on the Front Line.
Why do people feel the need to post and share spoilers! Why is ruining something for someone else something others pursue?
See: Army Chaplains and the RAMC 1914-18 Army Chaplains are a fascinating part of military history. From before 1066, many armies have included clergyman within their midst. Over the course of military history, the role of chaplain. In memorian, the Very Rev. John Gamble Geddes, rector of Hamilton, and dean of Niagara [microform] : born March... Continue Reading →