- Sep 2021
People’s Covid Inquiry: Impact of covid on frontline staff and key workers—The BMJ. (n.d.). Retrieved September 1, 2021, from https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2021/08/27/peoples-covid-inquiry-impact-of-covid-on-frontline-staff-and-key-workers/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=socialnetwork
- frontline staff
- work exposure
- People's Covid Inquiry
- key worker
- public transport
- mental health
- London underground
- risk assessment
- face mask
- Jun 2021
RichardBrown on Twitter: “@Richard_Florida Still pretty slow recovery in London too @nicolegelinas. Https://t.co/nH9FOpV386” / Twitter. (n.d.). Retrieved June 29, 2021, from https://twitter.com/MinorPlaces/status/1407018950714605574
- Sep 2019
Earnest Elmo Calkins
What is Deutscher Werkbund? https://www.deutscher-werkbund.de/wir-im-dwb/basic-information-in-english/
What was the Wiener Werkstatte movement? https://www.theartstory.org/movement/wiener-werkstatte/
What is intellectual property? https://copyright.cornell.edu/node/15
- Feb 2019
Open to the public since 1965, the Derinkuyu underground city, along with nearby Kaymaklı, is a well-known tourist attraction in the region. While only 8 of the 18 levels are viewable, it’s an incredible opportunity to see man’s ability to adapt to their circumstances.
Would love to go see this!
- Mar 2017
The London transport manager has created a ‘Walk the Tube’ map, which shows how long it takes to totter between stations.
This is so cool!
- Aug 2016
, as just another feature of modernist space
Unlike the Victorians, Pike argues, Modernists, such as Hitchcock, flatten space: the under and above grounds differ little.
This is especially striking in that his suspense films are in fact almost uniformly structured such that false appearances give way to hidden truth uncovered by physical movement-a structure that has consistently lent itself to being visualized according to the movement of a descent and return emblematized in the modern city by the underground railway. And yet, time and again,
Setting up why it's surprising Hitchcock so rarely used the Underground in his films.