Originally posted 26th May 2023 Greta and Patrick from the University Library and Megan and Soo, two students from BA(Hons) Illustration, enjoyed a day at Cottage Grove Primary School. The school was celebrating diversity and on this, the second of …

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he architecture of oppression is old and runs deep in our society. Even the buildings we work in are often designed in ways that disturb neurodiverse people.

In my last blog post, I began to explore why neurodivergent people are so much less likely to be employed than neurotypical people. In this post, I’m going to explore why this might be.

We are always looking for new ways to make learning more fun and interesting. To that end, one of our resident sci-fi enthusiasts has pulled together a reading list of science fiction books we have in stock that were all written by People of the Global Majority.

Happy World Book Day! Explore five books from around the world that will take you on a journey from the artworks of feudal Japan to the mysteries of philosophy and from the worldview of a man in self-imposed social exile to a fantastical parody of pre-war Soviet society and a poignant view of the arrival of British colonialism in Africa told from an African perspective.