Doll Parts: Jennifer Whitney’s Current Research Activities

Over the spring and summer months, I attended several academic events. As well as being incredibly helpful for networking and writing motivation, two—the inaugural conference of the International Girls Studies Association and the Politics of Beauty Summer School and Conference—were equal parts fun and fascinating. At the moment, I am developing chapters for my first […]

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Caitlin Shepherd’s new work ‘Discord’ at Paths to Utopia

Discord www.houseofdiscord.uk “Stories of home from the have and the have nots”  A 30 minute immersive sound experience exploring personal stories of home and security in the UK housing market.   “Hello. Welcome to the Discord property viewing.” And so it starts. I find myself stood with two other people in a porch, holding a […]

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DCRC Event: Automation and Frankenstein – April 22

Come along to ‘Animating the Inanimate: Automation and Frankenstein.’ This provocative and engaging panel discussion, hosted by the Bristol Festival of Ideas and the DCRC, will take place at the Watershed on the evening of 22 April, 8:00–9.30pm. Tickets are free and available here. Event Details Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818) was published during a time of significant technological […]

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