Culture Tag Archive
(4 minute read) Lisa Fraser lifts the curtain on the battle for Britishness and considers what integration really means.
(5 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst finds the art of Ollie Manco can act as a visual examination of conscience.
(6 minute read) Jasmine Jones finds spiritual nourishment for pandemic times in a poem composed over a millennium ago.
(6 minute read) Carolyn Morrison reflects upon how the Virgin Mary’s assumption into heaven has been celebrated and portrayed in art.
(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst explores the sometimes problematic relationship between race and style.
(4 minute read) Just read! In a world dominated by the internet, Hajra Rehman urges us not to forget the life-giving power of literature.
(8 minute read) Our PC world can’t stop us loving these ancient tales. Martin Duran Lopez examines why.
Since it’s a time for looking back as well as looking forward, we wanted to share with you some of Adamah’s best articles from 2020, in case you missed them … or to enjoy again.
Ida Nieves remembers the Latino Christmases of her childhood. As 2020’s celebrations loom, she wishes Bendiciones to all but already misses the hugs!
(8 minute read)
The feast described in carols and schmaltzy TV adverts is a complicated patchwork of cultures constantly evolving, as Adam Brocklehurst reveals.