BY WAY OF ANTHROPOLOGY — Oxford Today

Anthropologists at Oxford have done ‘fieldwork’ in societies around the world for more than 100 years, and museums like the Pitt Rivers have collected large numbers of photographs of people from many communities. But in a post-colonial world, what should be done with such photographic collections? Since the mid-Nineties, anthropologists at Oxford and elsewhere have […]



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WHAT IT FEELS LIKE — Healthy

For the March/April issue of Healthy, I interviewed Laura Dernie about why she has set up mental health charity mydiscombobulatedbrain.com

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Mother’s Pride — The Oxford Times

In my February column: my feminist guilt over how my daughter’s ballet lessons melt my heart; and how to hold onto precious memories of your children’s early years.

IN OUR NEW ERA OF CONFLICT, THE OLD RULES NO LONGER APPLY, WARNS OXFORD EXPERT

The traditional political dividing lines no longer fit a world of new puzzles and paradoxes, says Professor Andrea Ruggeri of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations

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THE WRITE STUFF — Oxford Today

A new group to bring Oxford’s writers together has proven a soaraway success. Olivia Gordon listens as its founder and stellar literary supporters explain why it meets a vital need.

CHILD’S PLAY — Red

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For the latest issue of Red magazine, I wrote an essay for the food pages about cooking like a child.  

MOTHER’S PRIDE — Oxfordshire Limited Edition

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For my January column for The Oxford Times, I wrote about the new year blues…

FEATURED CONTRIBUTOR — Psychologies

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It’s always nice to be on the contributors’ page! 

‘THERE’S ABSOLUTE JOY IN MEETING PEOPLE’ — Psychologies

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A former livery and dance hall in Winchester is now a luxurious B&B bolthole that is also home to owner, Hannah McIntyre      

#CRAFTGOALS — Mollie Makes

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It’s time to set resolutions for 2017 – but what’s the best way to achieve your crafty goals for the year ahead?

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