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Goldsmiths is a small campus community with a global reach, bringing learning to life through powerful conversations and personal connections. Proud to nurture the best and the brightest minds, Goldsmiths is looking at the world through its own lens.

Championing research-rich degrees that provoke thought, stretch the imagination and tap into tomorrow’s world, Goldsmiths students and staff are asking the questions that matter now in subjects as diverse as the arts and humanities, social sciences, cultural studies, computing, and entrepreneurial business and management. It’s a community defined by its people: innovative in spirit, analytical in approach and open to all.

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Berger considered how through history and visual representation the male gaze has constrained women. John Berger's Ways of Seeing

How John Berger changed our way of seeing art

The Marxist philosopher, art critic and novelist popularised complex ideas and helped bring art into the mainstream.
La mémoire des ordinateurs s'accroit tandis que la notre s'affaiblit. Lightspring

Internet, pas si mauvais pour la mémoire

« L'amnésie digitale » qui survient avec l'usage quotidien d'Internet peut effrayer, mais la technologie induit aussi des bénéfices cognitifs secondaires.
‘Ownness’ is a form of freedom that profanes institutions and acts as though power no longer exists. The Berlin Wall, November 1989. Reuters

Whither anarchy: ownness as a form of freedom

Between institutional collapse and false promises of utopia, people seek to define their own lives and their relations with others by thinking and acting as though power no longer existed.

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