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Georgia Luckhurst
St Andrews, University of

I'm an English and Film student at the University of St Andrews who spends far too much time tweeting and not enough time thinking before I tweet. Fond of Bowie, J.D. Salinger, and sangria.

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Women were burnt at the stake. Harvey Weinstein gets 'therapy'.

Catherine Deneuve, #MeToo and the misuse of the term 'witch-hunt'

Women were burnt at the stake. Harvey Weinstein gets 'therapy'.

Pop culture can't be treated as our collective guilty pleasure. It has its place in our exhibits.

Why pop culture belongs in galleries

Pop culture can't be treated as our collective guilty pleasure. It has its place in our exhibits.

This week, our submission comes from poet Georgia Luckhurst.

Creative Saturdays: Georgia Luckhurst - Hanging onto consciousness by a thread

This week, our submission comes from poet Georgia Luckhurst.

Girls just wanna have fun, and we may just need a separate space for that right now.

In defence of women only festivals

Girls just wanna have fun, and we may just need a separate space for that right now.

A University of Derby professor claims self-censoring occurs among teachers.

Are some topics too controversial for discussion in university?

A University of Derby professor claims self-censoring occurs among teachers.

Research suggests just 22% of non-Americans have confidence in the US.

A popularity contest: International perception of the United States has declined under Trump

Research suggests just 22% of non-Americans have confidence in the US.

@onionringsworldwide can remind us of our own public and private divisions online.

Why we are all Lorde's secret Instagram

@onionringsworldwide can remind us of our own public and private divisions online.

It’s impossible to say how Emily Davison and her contemporaries would have felt about the political landscape for women today.

Record number of women elected to parliament on anniversary of Emily Davison's death

It’s impossible to say how Emily Davison and her contemporaries would have felt about the political landscape for women today.

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