The concept of academic freedom, long held to be the essence of a university education, is nowhere to be seen.
Go and see this inspiring example of true multi-culturalism. Let it inspire you to discover – and evaluate – more about the cultures of our world
Unsubstantiated grudges, decades-old grievances, personal animosity, professional resentment and even calculated attacks are not healthy in any university.
A Dialogue Between Architecture and Landscape. Not for him the kind of traditionalist literalism or pastiche but a dynamic, context-driven architecture that respects tradition and yet moves it forward.
Written by David Hare, directed by Nicholas Hytner, and starring Ralph Fiennes, recounts the life and times of controversial urbanist Robert Moses
These evocative photos by Zhu Runzi conjure up how Shanghai has changed from one of the world’s most dynamic cities into a ghost-town.
Brave investigative journalism is essential for our understanding of what is happening in China. Unfortunately, factual accuracy can be drowned out by emotionally attached storylines and guesswork.
A few of the recommended readings from the Future Cities Project in 2021
If it really is one minute to midnight, then we really are in trouble because COP26 has achieved absolutely nothing… except contributing to the problem of C02 emissions.
Basic choice is being undermined. Not only is our choice of transport mode being proscribed, but whether we should actually make the journey in the first place is being questioned.