Illuminating Arts Practices in Early Childhood with More-Than-Human Technologies
Charlotte Arculus’s image ‘Illuminating Arts Practices in Early Childhood with More-Than-Human Technologies’ was shortlisted in the postgraduate researcher category of the 2020 Images of Research competition. You can see the celebratory brochure and find out about the 2021 competition, launching soon, by visiting…Read More
Defining Obesity: BMI or Body Fat Percentage?
My entry for the 2020 Images of Research competition was designed to transmit an impactful message on the importance of how obesity is classified (BMI vs. body fat) and why that matters. This message is even more pertinent in…Read More
Exploring displaced young people’s belonging and learning experiences through art
The photograph that I submitted for the Images of Research competition in 2020, was taken during a workshop we were conducting in Kampala, Uganda, as part of our Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and Arts and Humanities Research Council…Read More
Britain’s Unspoken Wildlife Tragedy
Please note, this blog post contains imagery that readers may find disturbing, depicting a hare killed by collision with a car. My research explores the animal conservation and welfare dilemma of animals killed on our roads. It was an…Read More
Corporate ‘security’ responsibility
Traditionally, I am not one to participate in competitions. However, when I first received the email about the 2020 Images of Research competition, asking for image entries, I immediately knew I needed to share my images of the conflict…Read More
Kiritimati and the Bomb: A Tale of Two Churches
Kiritimati is a tiny atoll at the heart of the Pacific Ocean. It is also known “Christmas Island” and forms a part of the larger nation state of Kiribati – an archipelago that stretches horizontally across the Pacific Ocean….Read More
Blog Entry: Don’t just survive, thrive…
I must admit, if you were to ask me 8 months ago when I started my journey as a postgraduate researcher, what they actually did, I probably would have given you some sort of wise crack about just getting…Read More
‘I’m just wired differently’ (or, what’s it like being dyslexic in the academic world!).
I moved to the UK when I was 17 to do my A-levels and then progress to university. I had previously struggled with some academic subjects both in Russia and in the UK, but when I started my A-levels, I clearly had some problems with my…Read More
Virtual conferences- the new frontier?
I recently attended my first virtual conference, in the era of the ‘new normal’. This experience had both pros and cons. As a PhD researcher I am going to reflect on this experience, in the hope that going forward…Read More
Do what you’re passionate about: combining travel, art, and research
I arrived in Manchester roughly one and a half years ago. This meant moving to a foreign city in a foreign country. I was extremely curious and excited about discovering this new place, and ambitious to finally meet my…Read More