By Hermione Laake March 2022 Sometimes it takes just 24 little hours for something to change visibly on the surface, when underneath all manner of hell has been invisibly boiling. For now, as it was last year, we can continue to take photographs of peaceful and tranquil settings like this one, which I took lastContinue reading “War in Ukraine: a Question of Feelings?”
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‘Black’ and ‘White’ versions of me: A Discussion of writers’ responses to depictions of race and ethnicity in history texts and culture (A slightly altered version of this essay was recently handed in as an MA essay and has been given an ‘A’ grade.)
A discussion on Binary perceptions of difference in historical texts and personal history
NON-WORLD VIEW OF HISTORY?
Response to Mark Hudson’s arts review in The Telegraph, 15/06/2016, of The Tate Modern’s Art Exhibition, “Tate’s Global Spin Distorts the Story of Art” or Why I wrote Bertha’s Journal: I have read Art history, albeit only to A level standard, but I know enough about it to know that there is a received narrativeContinue reading “NON-WORLD VIEW OF HISTORY?”
work in progress – Imperfect Beauty, Imperfect Writing, Imperfect Love – On Beauty, Identity and Creativity: Is beauty active or passive? #essay #beauty #gender politics #stereotyping #binaries #literature #writing #LiteraryR
Creativity cannot be contained, constricted, reduced to contain only itself. The very existence of structuralism undermines this idea.