Review: Chemistry at the Old Fire Station, Oxford

Molybdenum
Molybdenum

This is an exhibition of photographs by Dulcy Lott and Imran Uppal. They have worked with a dance troupe, Joe Lott Dance.

The exhibition is quite small, less than 15 photographs, and a small video piece. Some of the photographs are by Imran Uppal who is a professional photographer. Some are by Dulcy Lott, a fine art photographer. The photographs are of the dancers.

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Review of Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed

First published in 1968 this is a world-famous work on pedagogy in the context of a struggle for liberation. The educational criticism and theory is developed in the context of a Marxist dialectic. Even outside of that political context the book still has huge value as a pointer to an approach to teaching which is based on solidarity and not manipulation and oppression.

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