by Elizabeth Stell and George Prew Very often archaeology in its perverse way will present us with an object with no obvious function. It may have been a misshapen Stone Age mousetrap, a Mayan hole punch, or a Roman cat carrier – we will never know. When the artifact turns up in a modern day […]Read more
The Fourth Hour
by Elizabeth Stell & George Prew Four o’clock. Halfway through the afternoon, halfway between lunch and supper, it is undeniably time for the greatest and most British of pleasures. This important ritual revives your attention, eroded by three hours of constant reading or writing and allows for a justifiable fifteen minutes, and a cup of […]Read more
Computer Literacy: What is it and How can I get one?
by Elizabeth Stell & George Prew How often have you found that ‘computer literacy’ is a requirement for this or that internship? How often have you written on your CV that you possess this skill, or at least some of its aspects? And yet everyone has a different view on what ‘computer literacy’ really means. […]Read more
The Secret Lives of Insects – Stellar Photography
by Elizabeth Stell Elizabeth Stell shares a series of photographs that invite closer inspection of the microcosmic world by which we are constantly surrounded. With stunning brilliance, Stell captures the enormous intricacy and minimised grandeur of insect life.Read more