Journalism – Education


Private school in poverty hotspot

What does the community think when a bohemian private school with unusual ideas and methods crash-lands into their neighbourhood?
The Guardian


Translating the Zibaldone

Italy’s second-most-important piece of literature (after Dante’s Divine Comedy) was little-known abroad until this major translation. My article on this University of Birmingham project was top read on the AHRC’s website.
Arts & Humanities Research Council

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Bring on the levitating lady

When academia meets entertainment, great things can happen. Professor Vanessa Toulmin takes the sideshow back into the mainstream with a celebration of Blackpool’s heritage.
The Guardian

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The Future of 3D Printing

The University of the West of England look to mix new technology with arts and crafts, as 3D printers up their game.
Arts & Humanities Research Council

BETT HP event

Inspiring the next generation of tech stars

A report from the BETT festival of STEM in London, complete with interviews with hackers, coders and lecturers at the tech-oriented education event.
Daily Telegraph

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Iain Aitch in academia

As well as writing about education, I also give lectures to academics and museums about my own work around subcultures. I have spoken for academics at Liverpool John Moores, University of Sussex and more. The above link takes you to a symposium at the Museum of Youth Culture.
Academia & Museums