Law, Society and Popular Culture


August news

31 August 2017

Armbands Mike Garry poem

August news from the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture.

Danny Nicol has blogged again on Doctor Who, this time on sexuality and gender.

Simon Flacks and Guy Osborn, along with Marion Roberts and Enrica Papa (Faculty of Archiecture and the Built Environment), Adam Eldrige (Social Sciences and Humanities) and Jonathan Robinson (Musictank) submitted a response to the London Assembly: Economic Committee Investigation into the Night-time Economy Strategy.

Finally, you may have seen the Nationwide Building Society advertising campaign Voices Nationwide. Our Associate Fellow and Writer in Residence Mike Garry has contributed a poem to one of these ads, entitled Armbands.

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