Geography in lockdown: A perspective

By Louie Bell, Third Year Geography As I put the finishing touches to my dissertation in the last few weeks, I went back and read the first essay I wrote after arriving at Bristol, the infamous ‘Mayhew essay’ that challenges first-years to examine the trajectory of the discipline and consider the implications for present andContinue reading “Geography in lockdown: A perspective”

Photography: A Vehicle for Inequalities

Leon Elliott explores the role of photography through close analysis of the work of Wolfgang Tillmans.  “Truth may be stranger than fiction, but many of the camera’s statements are stranger than truth itself… after countless processes of reproduction and re-reproduction [the photograph] has become an autonomous entity on its own [and] functions almost as a symbol,Continue reading “Photography: A Vehicle for Inequalities”