Written by Jamie Gemmell. Slavery at Sea: Terror, Sex, and Sickness in the Middle Passage by Sowande’ Mustakeem recounts the diverse experiences of slavery at sea. This is a text that goes to the bloody heart of the Middle Passage.
Written by Rocco Astore. Folklore, or a set of customary stories belonging to a specific culture, has contributed to the way that people understand and interpret the world. Within this piece, I will first give a brief summary of the Japanese myth A Bell and the Power of Karma. I will then give a short […]
The centenary of the First World War hangs over the next few years. This anniversary is prompting new academic writing, literature, television and radio, which reflect on the war and the impact it has on us today. Whilst all these mediums shed light on the events of those dreadful four years and their aftermath, it […]