Tag Archives: University College London

Performance and Meaning Making in Museums

A review of Does “pointing at” in museum exhibitions make a point? A study of visitors’ performances in three museums for the use of reference…

Homoeopathic Medicine & Colonialism in Bengal

A review of Homoeopathic Families, Hindu Nation and the Legislating State: Making of a Vernacular Science, Bengal: 1866-1941, by Shinjini Das. Homoeopathic Families, Hindu Nation…

Addiction & Drug Use in Soviet Tajikistan

A review of The Administration of Addiction: The Politics of Medicine and Opiate Use in Soviet Tajikistan, 1924-1958, by Alisher Latypov. Alisher Latypov’s dissertation breaks…

Revealing the Sensorial World of Plants

A review of The Sensorial Invisibility of Plants: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry through Bio Art and Neurobiology, by Laura Cinti. Laura Cinti’s dissertation is a beautiful…

Cancer & Causality

A review of Causality in Medicine with Particular Reference to the Viral Causation of Cancers, by Brendan Clarke. Brendan Clarke tackles one of the main…

A Day in the Artificial Life

A review of Harnessing Non-Modernity: A Case Study of Artificial Life, by Christine Aicardi. Twenty-five years in, and Artificial Life soldiers on, a research field…