Arts & Humanities

“Climate Doom”? How Apocalyptic Narrative Can Help Us Confront Climate Change

Devastating fires, floods and other catastrophes related to climate change are evoking apocalyptic language and imagery in our heads. Aside from its biblical connotations, how does the apocalyptic narrative work in representing one of the biggest challenges of our time?

Arts & Humanities

Call for Manuscripts: Comics Studies – Aesthetics, Histories, and Practices

For a new book series, we are looking for English-language manuscripts that explore the aesthetics, histories, and practices of comics, manga, graphic novels, and other forms of sequential art.

Politics & Society

The Unfamiliar Intimacy of the Face Mask During COVID-19

More than a year and a half into the pandemic, the debate over face masks is still raging – time to take the opportunity and think about our intimate connections with inanimate objects.

Business & Economics

Knowledge in Motion: How to Spot the Future in the Here and Now

If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it is how quickly and unpredictably our lives can change – and how resilient many organisations and people turned out to be. How did they manage to do that? And how do we prepare for the future when uncertainty is the only certainty?