Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sajid Javid, cultural funding and opening up the arts

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Last week the recently-appointed culture secretary, Sajid Javid, gave a speech in Bristol to mark his new role in the cabinet. As the son of immigrants, Javid stated that culture was something to which he…

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In Search of a City: Looking for 1840s Berlin by Ellie Roberts

What do you think of when you think of Berlin? Maybe you think of the tourist destinations such as the Brandenburg Gate or Checkpoint Charlie. Maybe (if you’re my age, almost certainly) you know it as a focal point for … Continue reading

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Abdication to Save the Monarchy? Juan Carlos I and Dreams of a Third Republic by Matthew Kerry

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