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Exclusive: Kim Sherwood on 007, writing, and Fleming’s Feminism

Kim Sherwood will be known to many University of Edinburgh English Literature students as one of our best lecturers. She is also a widely read, award-winning novelist, shortlisted (among other…

Should award shows still be relevant?

With every award season comes a frenzy of media commentary pointing out awkward moments, fashion faux pas, celebrities caught off guard, and primarily detailing the ways in which the organizations…

Inclusion in Film: The Case for The Little Mermaid

Since Disney announced a live-action remake of the classic animated film The Little Mermaid, they have been met with an unbelievable amount of criticism for hiring a Black woman, Halle…

The Lifestyle guide to uncomfortable conversations

CW: suicide, racism When was the last time you saw the effects of white privilege first-hand? Or noticed you were being treated in a certain way due to your gender?…

Liberation on a House of Cards: Reflection of a Trans Woman in Academia

CW: Transphobia It is well known that the sciences have a problem with inclusivity. Women are not particularly welcome in engineering and even social science departments remain a hotbed of…

Let’s talk about the chaotic Golden Globe nominees

On 3rd February, the annual Golden Globes nominees were announced. Some of the big winners included Nomadland, The Father and The Mauritanian. Heard of them? Yeah, me neither. Many of…

Victoria’s Secret Christmas campaign: too little too late for diversity?

The 2020 Victoria’s Secret Christmas campaign encourages us to be ‘Merry and Cozy’ in their lacy lingerie. A first glance sees Barbara Palvin attired in a silk robe and pink…

Brown Skin Girl: It’s for all of them

Upon the release of the single ‘Brown Skin Girl’, from Beyoncé’s new Lion King album ‘The Gift’, Teen Vogue published an article outlining the specific intent of the song and…