The Public Intellectual.

The public intellectual? Always existed? Part of the impact agenda? No stranger to broadcasting himself, Christopher Bigsby considers the rise of the public intellectual - halfway up a mountain, on a motorbike, quoting Aeschylus, coming to a telly near you There is a plaque in Norwich Cathedral I have always…

Ripping Yarns

With an interest in the impact agenda, an interesting story in Times Higher Education identifying some of the positives of it: "Impact" has had a bad press from many working in higher education. To some, the intention to assess the impact of research is a crude infringement of researchers' freedom to…