Journals, Uncategorized

Town Planning Review 90.5 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘The planned ‘city-region’ in the New Urban Agenda: an appropriate framing for urban food security?’ by Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson as the Featured Article for Town Planning Review 90.5. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its … Continue reading

Journals, Uncategorized

Town Planning Review 90.2 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘Can Self-Build Housing improve Social Sustainability within Low-Income Groups?’ by Helena Obremski and Claudia Carter as the Featured Article for TPR 90.2. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the authors stated … Continue reading

Irish Studies, Uncategorized

Women of the Country House in Ireland – Five minutes with Maeve O’Riordan

Ahead of the launch of Women of the Country House in Ireland, 1860-1914, author Maeve O'Riordan discusses the various experiences of women among the Irish Ascendancy, from financial freedom to their own observations of motherhood. Women of the Country House in Ireland 1860-1914 reveals the lives of the women among the Irish Ascendancy. How did you go about … Continue reading

Jewish Studies, Uncategorized

Jewish Education in Eastern Europe – 5 minutes with Eliyana Adler

Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 30, Jewish Education in Eastern Europe edited by Eliyana R. Adler and Antony Polonsky is the most recent addition to the esteemed Polin series. As part of Jewish Book Week, Eliyana Adler discusses the importance of the study of education and what we can expect from this groundbreaking new volume.   Over … Continue reading

History, Uncategorized

Classical sculpture and the modern world – an interview with Elizabeth Bartman

Author of the newly released catalogue The Ince Blundell Collection of Classical Sculpture, Elizabeth Bartman, discusses the history of the collection, sculptural restoration and how the qualities of the collection transcend into modern life with Chrissy Partheni of the World Museum, Liverpool. You have described yourself as an archaeologist of the storeroom, can you explain what that means? … Continue reading