Expert opinions cover film stunts football trade unions higher education and Beyonc
Professor James Chapman from the Department of the History of Art and Film has written an article for The Conversation discussing history's most well-known stunts.
- Read the full article 'Exploding buses and plane crashes: why stuntmen are the unsung heroes of film' hosted on Think: Leicester here
John Williams from the Department of Sociology has written an article for the Leicester Mercury discussing Leicester City's success in the Premier League - despite their low spend on players.
David Coats from the School of Management has written an article for Progress discussing trade unions and how they have changed over time.
- Read the full article 'We need to get beyond ‘struggles, strikes and strife’' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Professor Emma Smith from the School of Education has written an article for Media FHE discussing how universities need better data to work with and more up-to-date definitions of under-represented groups in HE.
- Read the full article 'HEi-think: It is time to redefine widening access goals' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Dr Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor from the Department of Sociology has written an article for The Conversation discussing Beyoncé's performance of 'Formation' at the Superbowl and the reactions it provoked.
- Read the full article 'It’s not Beyoncé’s job to answer every question about blackness' hosted on Think: Leicester here
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