Stefaan Missinne at the Conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo

On the 22nd August one of our authors, Stefaan Missinne, attended the conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo in Italy to promote his book The Da Vinci Globe. To watch his talk about the book you can click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNsmYWBbBms&feature=youtu.be Professor Stefaan Missinne received his PhD from the Economics University in Vienna in 1990. He is … Continue reading Stefaan Missinne at the Conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo

Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere Discussed in Two Excellent Podcasts

  Roy Hay's book Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere has been an opening to many discussions about Australian sport and the underappreciated and forgotten Aboriginal sporting stars that contributed to the sport in the nineteenth century. Two such discussions are from the podcasts 'Rugby Reloaded' and … Continue reading Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere Discussed in Two Excellent Podcasts

Announcement: The Da Vinci Globe at the Royal Geographical Society

On Wednesday 28th August, Professor Stefaan Missinne will be speaking at the Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference 2019 about his the wider subject surrounding his book The Da Vinci Globe. Stefaan will be talking in the "Historical and Cartographical Imaginaries" session. For more information about the session, and the conference in general, please click here. … Continue reading Announcement: The Da Vinci Globe at the Royal Geographical Society

Roy Hay on the New Books Network

Roy Hay, the author of Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere, has been on the New Books Network podcast to discuss the recent publication. The podcast serves as an in-depth conversation about the content of the book, and how Australian football came to be. Aboriginal People … Continue reading Roy Hay on the New Books Network

An Interview with Nikolett Bogár: The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders

Nikolett Bogár, co-author of The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk, has recently been interviewed for the Hungarian website 7Koznapi (or '7 Everyday Psychology' in English). The interview is a fascinating read and offers a brilliant insight into Nikolett's life, from her childhood and teenage years up until the current day. The … Continue reading An Interview with Nikolett Bogár: The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders

TV interview: Nikolett Bogár on her book, The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk

On the 10th July author Nikolett Bogár appeared on Hungarian National Television channel M1 to talk about her book The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk. Her interview is linked below and starts at around nine minutes and thirty seconds in. https://www.mediaklikk.hu/video/ma-delutan-2019-07-10-i-adas-5/  Nikolett Bogár graduated from Semmelweis University, Hungary, and is a pharmacist … Continue reading TV interview: Nikolett Bogár on her book, The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk

Creativity, Communication and Leadership through Narrative. Review of The Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change by Andrew Rixon and Cathryn Lloyd. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2019.

Within the world of theater, we don’t shy away from the word “games”: we understand that play is not indulgent and superfluous, but essential and generative. Even frivolity has value, when it can take the pressure of high-performing off the table. (Because really, who cares if you crash and burn in a game of “Zip … Continue reading Creativity, Communication and Leadership through Narrative. Review of The Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change by Andrew Rixon and Cathryn Lloyd. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2019.