Following on from his piece on Windrush poetry, Professor Giles Mohan talks about The Phoenix Dance Theatre's latest production, 'Windrush: Movement of the People'. Giles looks at how the production explores the 'importance of these mobilities and their evolving legacies'.
In this short provocation, Professor Giles Mohan highlights the work of James Berry, used within OU teaching, to express the emotions of migration, 'the hopes, anxieties, sadness, opportunity, racism and much else besides'
This event brings together scholars, third sector workers, and people with direct experience of immigration controls and borders to examine the theme of border harms from different substantive angles and theoretical perspectives.
Sitting with 200 people at the International Mars Sample Return Conference in Berlin recently to discuss the feasibility of bringing samples back from Mars to Earth, I remember the first such conference in Paris ten years ago
Researchers at The Open University (OU) have received a £1 million Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) grant to improve the way members of the public and authorities such as the police work together.