There are many ways in which we humans try to define ourselves, many tools which we use to fashion ourselves an identity; the way in which we dress, the people we befriend, the religious and the political views to which we adhere.
In a cream knit jumper, dark pressed jeans, and a spotless pair of umber boots, Ekow Eshun looks more like Omar Epps’ stunt double than a cultural critic…
Three artists at Modern Art Oxford
Orange Essay Prize Winner Alex Robinson tells us why politicians should listen to more hip-hop
‘This was a city’, writes Matthew Collin, ‘which had almost lost its heart, and was fast losing its mind.’
At times this is an uneasy book to read. Arundhati’s opinions are dazzlingly forthright, exposing facts about the balance of power in our world that we daily choose to ignore.
“‘This skin is my Star of David’”. A Review of Kenny Glanaan’s film ‘Yasmin’
Two British-made films screened at the Edinburgh Film Festival this summer sought to explore what causes young, secular Muslims to re-examine their faith. Designed to provoke, both films attempt to highlight the context in which young people embrace religion from moderate beginnings.
Just how multicultural is the world of publishing and bookselling in the UK?
Rabbi Lionel Blue has become a household name in the UK through his contributions to ‘Thought for the Day’ on Radio 4. In an interview with Sharif Hamadeh, he discusses the complexities of religion and politics in the contemporary world.