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European Values

By UCL Arts & Humanities
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing BREXITcreative healthEUEUROPEAN UNIONNATOPOLITICSRUSSIASPAINUKRAINEyoga

European values are not abstract; they are not something outside us. Values are just who we are, what we are.

Celebrating International Yoga Day

By UCL Arts & Humanities
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing BREXITcreative healthEUEUROPEAN UNIONNATOPOLITICSRUSSIASPAINUKRAINEyoga

This blog brings you perspectives of lived experience, living through yoga, and a scientific account of the positive effects of ‘pranayama’, or yogic breathwork

Remembering Together, Rebuilding Together: Reflections on ‘The Night of Ideas’ 2022

By UCL Arts & Humanities
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

Transformations: Editing Life in a Day

By Isabelle Osborne
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

Life In A Day is a documentary that captures the day of July 25th, 2020 from a global angle.

Poetry for Better Futures

By Deepali Foster
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

What do you think of when you hear the word “poetry”? Perhaps you picture Wordsworth marvelling at his yellow flowers, or the Insta-poet Rupi Kaur and her viral Tumblr-esque words.

How To Be a Critic

By Deepali Foster
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

Rachel Aroesti, a freelance journalist
gave UCL students a masterclass on how to be a critic.

How to speak so others will listen

By Isabelle Osborne
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

Gain an insight into the work of TEDx and the process of giving a TEDx talk.

Taming Dragons – a Glimpse Behind the Scenes in the publishing Industry

By Isabelle Osborne
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

An exciting event about the publishing industry for the Back to the Future programme.

Writing Your World

By Evie Robinson
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

The Back to the Future Summer programme opened with this exciting event.

Art Deco: A Literary Style?

By Ada Wordsworth
Arts & SciencesBack to the FutureDepartmentsEnglish Language & LiteratureEuropean & International Social & Political StudiesHebrew & Jewish StudiesInaugural LecturePhilosophySchool of European Languages, Culture & SocietySchool of Slavonic and East European StudiesSlade School of Fine ArtStudent VoiceWellbeing

Professor Maria Rubins’ inaugural lecture explored the concept, one which she herself coined, of Art Deco literature.