Final post in our three-part series.
In part two of our three-part series on a student-led Twitter conference, we follow Dan Todman and his students as they set things up.
Part One – Can you run a student conference on Twitter?
Why are these global, informal institutions important?
What is the shocking origin of people hurting themselves?
What is “Take Five”? Who is being interviewed here!
How did the larger behind evolve in art and culture?
How is sexual violence depicted in our movies and television?
What is this mundane but mysterious function known as sleep?
What is hidden in this Grade 3-listed church in Whitechapel?
Why is the knowledge of the body important when looking into the “Past Mortems” of individual bodies?
How is the representation of a person with a disabled physicality represented in history?
Why should we get over our fears about vaccines?
The story of the big, large, super-jumbo, and gargantuan has a history.
What is there to say about the art, Oscar Wilde, and the various labels of queer identification?
Why do the origins of toxic masculinity go all the way back to the nineteenth-century with Victorian public schools and culture?