Metaphors in Advertising

by Olivia Haysman-Walker Metaphors are something that we come across every day, but nevertheless struggle to correctly identify most of the time. They are highly subjective, come in all modes and medium of communication and are essential to both our language and the way we understand the world. Having been taught the fundamentals of metaphor … Continue reading “Metaphors in Advertising”

Shakespeare with D/deaf Children – Annika

The University of Birmingham’s partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company at The Other Place has given rise to lots of different projects and opportunities. One of these aims to help D/deaf children interact with Shakespeare, so Annika (MA Shakespeare and Creativity) spent several weeks working to adapt material in the RSC Toolkit.