Reading Volodya, a selection of Vladimir Mayakovsky’s poetry and prose, is a way of sharing the incendiary longing for revolt that fuelled the October Revolution of 1917 and sustained its revolutionary fervour until life was squeezed out of it by Stalin’s repressive regime. Sean Sheehan Mayakovsky writes with […]
In my last article I looked at the components of ‘success’ in a collective sense, examining some classical psychological techniques that might help to achieve ethnic minority ‘success’. Nigel Pocock This time I want to look at personal qualities. What kind of personal qualities contribute to minority […]
It’s known as the phase in which women experience the definitive end of menstruation, it’s a process that cannot be stopped, and each of us must adapt naturally to the internal changes taking place in our organism.
I have recently taken to pondering the might-have-beens of my life, the alternative futures, possible pathways, which events might have taken. Steve Latham Physicists theorise that there is not just one reality, but a multiverse of different versions of this one, producing an infinite number of parallel universes. […]
The most famous memory journey is the one recorded by Proust “In search of lost times” when the narrator dips a madeleine into tea. The taste of the liquid and crumbs from the cake set off a memory journey that anchors his consciousness in the past. Sean Sheehan […]