The way women are portrayed in films is changing - but what about in fiction?
Ancient Greek myths contain many references to non-human intelligence which came way before the first semblances of man-made robots.
Workplace fiction has proved so popular, there's now a prize dedicated to it.
African American women writers throughout the 20th century touched on many topics which were controversial and sensitive at the time.
People living in informal settlements often suffer greatly at the hands of both indoor and outdoor air pollution, and have little to no means of combating it. This community looks to chan...
Cultural heritage should be considered a priority in rebuilding cities after conflict or natural disaster, but it is often missing from local and international strategies.
Scientists and artists alike are familiar with the mysterious moments of inspiration which can appear out of nowhere from our subconscious minds.
Adélaïde Labille-Guiard was one of France's most sought-after painters when the revolution changed the political landscape of her country forever.
Tarpe Mills' creation, Miss Fury, beat Wonder Woman to be the world's first major female superhero in print.
135,000 people flock to Glastonbury, one of the world’s most influential music festivals. But they leave behind mountains of waste. Now Glastonbury is trying to clean up its act
The princess's literary works included poetry, astronomy and praise of the goddess of love.
From ecological installations to groundbreaking virtual reality films, the arts have gradually moved from the fringes towards the moral and political centre ground at the Forum's Annual M...
As classrooms around the world become more diverse, it is important that culturally responsive teaching is implemented to support everyone equally.
English words like 'putrid' or 'disgusting' have their negative connotations built into our subconscious, but what else makes us like or dislike a word?
An extract from Walter Isaacson's new book explains how being born the bastard son of a notary allowed Leonardo da Vinci to escape the family trade and become a 'disciple of experience'.