The Case for Professors of Stupidity

The Case for Professors of Stupidity

from Nautilus The Case for Professors of Stupidity – Brian Gallagher On this past International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I reread a bit of Bertrand Russell. In 1933, dismayed at the Nazification of Germany, the philosopher wrote “The Triumph of Stupidity,”...
The Dancer-Citizen

The Dancer-Citizen

The Dancer-Citizen is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal exploring the work of socially engaged dance artists. As a collective, contributors to Issues 1-7 have mapped the field of dancer-citizenship, palpating and pushing its ever-shifting...
Trees: a wood wide web (BBC Radio 4)

Trees: a wood wide web (BBC Radio 4)

On the very same day we held our Programming Meeting for Evolving the Forest, BBC Radio 4 featured a programme with Peter Wohlleben, Kathleen Jamie, Ruth Pavey and Gary Fuller. Trees may have vibrant inner lives and certainly appear to have individual personalities,...
new from Little Toller: Rena Gardiner

new from Little Toller: Rena Gardiner

Artist and Printmaker  LIMITED EDITION, HAND BOUND We’re thrilled to announce the return of a wonderful book celebrating the life and work of an exceptional Dorset artist. With over 200 illustrations, Rena Gardiner: Artist and Printmaker explores a legacy of...
The Magic of Moss

The Magic of Moss

From brainpickings… The Magic of Moss and What It Teaches Us About the Art of Attentiveness to Life at All Scales “Attention without feeling,” Mary Oliver observed in her magnificent memoir of love and loss, “is only a report.” In Gathering Moss: A Natural and...