ANDER MCINTYRE: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY OF “AN” ESTABLISHMENT, WITH DIPLOMACY BUT NO GLAMOUR. AN INTERV

ANDER MCINTYRE: PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY OF “AN” ESTABLISHMENT, WITH DIPLOMACY BUT NO GLAMOUR. AN INTERVIEW WITH FERNANDO GOMEZ HERRERO. Photography included used with the permission of Ander McIntyre for Culture Bites. It is initially in relation to the project for Chatham House (https://www.chathamhouse.org/room-hire/portraits), that I approach Ander McIntyre with a few questions about the moving power of photographic images in the vicinity of “an” or “the” establishment of international relations in the vicinity of the British think tank in the centenary anniversary of its creation. This exhibit, currently under covid lockdown, must be put in the larger context of his work (https://portraits-

Brexit Baroque, No Matter Covid & Bame. By Fernando Gómez Herrero.

Brexit Baroque, No Matter Covid & Bame. By Fernando Gómez Herrero. The Baroque is one category that has not fully gone native in 2020 Britain. What follows is a critical account of a failure of the institutional imagination in relation to one such encounter made possible by Tate Britain (https://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain). This favourite institution failed me this time: I have in mind the exhibit “British Baroque” (4 Feb – 19 April 2020) (https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/british-baroque) cut short by lockdown. I saw it. I took notes and some photos. This failure remains significant. Herald to the world: I deliver some thoughts on the uneasy relationship betwe

Survival in the University in the Anglozone. Interview with Thomas Docherty.

Since the early days, Culture Bites has always had an interest in the institution of the University. I asked a few questions to Prof. Thomas Docherty. Here are his answers. Research Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Warwick and there is a bit of history there for you to look into, his research interests include English and Comparative Literature (French, Italian and German philosophy). He is interested in the relations between philosophy and literature. He has written extensively about the contemporary constitution of the university with a focus on the Anglo world, mostly U.K. Author of 17 books, his latest one is titled "Political English," a study of rhet

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