The Musical Conflicts of the Cellist of Sarajevo

From running tracks to tunes to study by, many of us will have musical playlists to suit our varying moods. In the theatre of war, though, music strikes a more important background note. In this post emerging from her journal article on Classical Music and Conflict in the Musico-Literary Novel, Katie Harling-Lee describes the selection,... Continue Reading →

A Word about Privilege

The most recent manifestation of deep structural racism in the United States, which finds its echo in racist violence and discrimination all over the world, including in the UK, has once again prompted an outpouring of responses – some more adequate than others. Many organisations have issued public statements of solidarity, but not always in... Continue Reading →

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