Elizabeth Day started writing at the age of 12, contributing to her local paper at the time, Derry Journal. After graduating from the University of Cambridge she then went on to write for the Evening Standard, The Sunday Telegraph, The Observer and more recently The Mail on Sunday. She has also published five novels and two manifesto or memoir-style non-fiction books. Yet, she is now most well-known for her podcast How to Fail With Elizabeth Day. The concept is simple […]...
Agatha Gutierrez Echenique
Image Description: La Barque Bleue by Claude Monet. The painting depicts two women on a boat engaged in communication. I have been participating in an extended philosophy seminar which centres on ‘philosophy in an inclusive key.’ Given the scope of this seminar, it is unsurprising that much of our discussion pertains to issues of gender and sexuality What I want to do is take up, in this more informal, public sphere, a discussion concerning the blurring of boundaries between epistemological […]...
The entertainment scene in Oxford and Beyond.
Internet and pop culture commentary with a dash of overanalysis.