Isabel Davis on why language matters in the USS industrial dispute UCU Rally 2018 [Image (unedited) by Magnus Hagdorn under a CC BY SA 2.0 license] Over the past ten days a lot has changed in the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) pensions dispute that is currently
Isabel Davis on Yerma Last year I queued along The Cut at the Young Vic Theatre for returns to see Yerma, an adaptation of the Federico García Lorca play by Simon Stone. There weren’t any. But this week I had the chance to see it
Isabel Davis on the Journals of Angela Carter at the British Library. Angela Carter kept journals from 1961 until her death in 1991. These are all archived, with others of Carter’s papers – drafts of her works, correspondence and photographs – at the British Library.
Dr Isabel Davis on the Waitrose Christmas ad and #StopFundingHate This year’s Christmas advert from Waitrose is a moving tale of the Scandinavian robin’s dangerous migration. Set to a swelling orchestral soundtrack, it tells the story of a girl waiting for the robin to return
Isabel Davis on Jang Jin-sung, Dear Leader Jang Jin-sung’s Dear Leader is an astonishing memoir, translated for the English reader by Shirley Lee. The author is an exiled dissent, now living in South Korea, who spent years as an official writer for the North Korean