Ritual, Identity, and Cos: Discussing Clothes with Rev. Dr Melanie Marshall

The Lincoln College Chaplain, Rev. Dr Melanie Marshall, is—in a word—effulgent. When I curl up to her rooms on a chilly Sunday afternoon, I unhesitatingly self-congratulate that this interview is the “best idea I’ve ever had.” And as Mel appears, my previously sceptical photographer immediately understands. Effulgent, remember? Mel grew up on the north coast […]

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Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Super soldier. Moral compass. When Captain America declares “Sorry Tony, if I see a situation pointing South I can’t ignore it. Sometimes I wish I could,” the audience watching Captain American: Civil War is almost intrinsically inclined to trust, and ultimately side with, the Cap. The power of the Russo’s new film, however, is that […]

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