Month: December 2019

Miami University’s Humanities Center

>>TIM MELLEY: The Miami University Humanities Center is a hub for research, public engagement, and collaborative study in the fields of history, philosophy, literature, language, and culture.>>SHEILA CROUCHER: What’s been so impressive to me is that the Humanities Center has a very inclusive attitude about who and what the humanities is, and who can participate.>>TIM […]

The Art of the CV by New College of the Humanities

>>Andy Singleton: My name is Andy Singleton and I am an artist and an illustrator. The main material I use for my work is paper. So I make paper sculptures, 2D paper outlooks and I also do like large scale installations works. I was approached by NCH a few months ago, about the CV exhibition […]

Respect, rights & dignity: broadcasting to trafficked women & sex workers

My name is Pinky Bagol and I’m working here in Siliguri red light as well as Jalpaiguri. In Siliguri we have four international borders, one is Nepal border, Bhutan border, China border and Bangladesh border. So mainly these four borders are used as – trafficking – for the women or girls, from all different countries […]

Frankenstein: How Death shapes the Human Condition | Cinema Cartography

There is no easy way to approach Death, at least from a philosophical perspective. We all begin to think about Death from a position of incomprehension, perhaps even curiosity, but always ignorance. And although the eminent presence of possible Death is an essential pillar of the human condition, Death is an empty canvas to us. […]

Man Builds Dog Train To Take Rescued Pups On Adventures And It’s Adorable

The ‘dog train’ is the invention of Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old from Fort Worth, Texas who retired 15 years ago – and set about changing dog’ likes. The story, which featured on The Dodo, has been shared more than 173,000 times, as people fall head-over-heels with the collection of pups – and Eugene’s incredible selflessness. […]

Dolphin Man – MEHGAN HEANEY-GRIER – Moving Docs

See that right there? It looks like a rock. I think as a people we have gotten so far away from nature. I feel like you get on that treadmill and you’re just going and you have this to do and you’re dealing with technology and then I stop and I take a step back […]

Why Are People In Venezuela Starving (Hyperinflation Explained)?

Venezuela’s economic crisis has made headlines all over the world for the past few years. Hunger is widespread there. Unable to afford the small amount of food available in supermarkets, many Venezuelans have resorted to eating garbage to survive. Even zoo animals in Venezuela are starving according to a report by the Daily Mail, and […]