“I am a Work in Progress” – The Art of Living With(out) Drugs

New Exhibition of Workshop Outputs This exhibition explores what it is to live a life without drugs and alcohol where they have previously featured heavily. It is based on a collaboration between a researcher, two artists, Isla Millar and Penny Maltby, and seven research participants. It forms part of an early-career research project led by … Continue reading “I am a Work in Progress” – The Art of Living With(out) Drugs

Research News – February 2022

Publications The Sociology Society has produced a new issue of SPLIT Magazine written by students. Sara Farris has just published a new article (co-authored with Nira Yuval-Davis and Catherine Rottenberg), “The Frontline as Performative Frame: An Analysis of the UK COVID Crisis”. State Crime. Vol. 10, No. 2 (2021), pp. 284-303. Beverley Skeggs, Sara R. … Continue reading Research News – February 2022

Research News – December 2021

Publications Evelyn Ruppert with Stephan Scheel published an edited collection with Goldsmiths Press based on the findings of Evelyn’s ERC project, ARITHMUS. It includes chapters co-authored by different combinations of the six-member project team: Data Practices: Making Up a European People.  The book is Open Access and will soon be downloadable in pdf from MIT … Continue reading Research News – December 2021

Research News – May 2021

Publications   Christos Varvantakis has a chapter published in a recent edited volume on photography and collective identities in Greece: Varvantakis, C. (2021) ‘Η Ακρόπολη από μακριά: Απόσταση, εγγύτητα και αφή’ (‘Acropolis from a distance: Distance, proximity and touch.’), in Petsini, P. and Stathatos, Y. (eds) Φωτογραφία και συλλογικές ταυτότητες: Ελληνικές φωτογραφικές μελέτες Ι (Photography … Continue reading Research News – May 2021

13 Dead, Nothing Said

Free Exhibition 9 March – 27 May 2017 Kingsway Corridor, Richard Hoggart Building Goldsmiths University of London Presenting a body of photographs taken by Vron Ware documenting the Black People’s Day of Action on 2 March 1981. The images – shown for the first time – bear witness to an historic moment of community organising … Continue reading 13 Dead, Nothing Said

Vikki Bell at ‘The Aesthetics of Witnessing’

Vikki Bell will be speaking at The Aesthetics of Witnessing: A Conversation about Violence and the Challenges of its Representation, a roundtable discussion accompanying the launch of a new exhibition “Tejas Verdes: I was not there“, for the Birkbeck, University of London Department of Psychosocial Studies Summer Programme 2016. Visit Eventbrite to book your tickets.   Continue reading Vikki Bell at ‘The Aesthetics of Witnessing’