Posts In Category Guardian Education

‘I felt it was my duty to protest’

on January 20, 2009 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on ‘I felt it was my duty to protest’

The Israeli historian, Ilan Pappe, tells Chris Arnot that speaking out for the Palestinians turned him into a pariah

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From their own correspondent

on March 11, 2008 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on From their own correspondent

Hull academics are eagerly examining letters written by Philip Larkin – once the university’s librarian. Chris Arnot reports

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Making sense of humour

on November 6, 2007 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on Making sense of humour

Chris Arnot discovers what a gay academic finds to enjoy and admire about a homophobic northern comic

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Lord Skidelsky: Life and tomes

on July 4, 2006 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on Lord Skidelsky: Life and tomes

The historian reviews his career as he slips from academia into big business. Chris Arnot meets him

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No easy walk to Hope Street

on December 6, 2005 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on No easy walk to Hope Street

The higher education minister visits Cape Town to see what UK universities have helped to achieve

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Jeffrey Richards: Fast forward

on January 11, 2005 by Chris Arnot in Guardian Education, Comments Off on Jeffrey Richards: Fast forward

Chris Arnot meets the professor who has had to make the leap from the 19th century to current cinema – and DVDs

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