Ramble London: Exploring the City Through New Eyes

David Figueira Bourton documents his experience of Ramble London, and offers insight into this vast metropolis that we call home. Ramble London is a set of self-guided walks produced by members from the Department of Geography at UCL. Initiated in 2014, the project is an assemblage of material collected from Professor Richard Dennis’ research and…

(De)Constructing Race

Nick Lising-White investigates the history of race as a concept and examines the ways it has been shaped and reshaped around the world to maintain hegemonic power. Racial difference has come to bear heavily on the lives of many but, genetically, it is not a useful factor by which to differentiate one human from another…

2020 Mid-Year Review: Loss, Isolation, and Prejudice

Nathan Yang looks back at the first half of 2020 and the defining moments that lead to radical shifts in societal priorities and reflects on the events that sparked global change. He also questions the possibilities of the rest of 2020 and the future. The year 2020 certainly has written a story much greater than…