Latest additions to the Moving Image GatewayPublished: 30 January 2017
Learning on Screen’s Gateway includes over 1,950 websites relating to moving image and sound materials. These have been subdivided into over 40 subject areas. To suggest new entries or amendments, please contact us by email or telephone (020 7393 1500).
Hannah Arendt Collection
This is a website featuring a selection of digitised materials from the collection held by the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College. The site features a small number of audio clips including Arendt speaking on power and violence and then answering questions about the subject.
Hearing the Voice
This site features some of the work being undertaken by a large interdisciplinary study of voice-hearing based at Durham University and supported by the Wellcome Trust. The team includes academic researchers from cognitive neuroscience, English Literature, cultural studies, medical humanities, philosophy, linguistics, psychology, psychiatry and theology. The area of research explores the subjective experience of hearing voices. The site features a series of podcasts and other audio material available in the resources section of the site.
This is a YouTube channel created by maths teacher Colin Hegarty. The aim of the site is to provide videos to help students with their Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-Level maths studies. Topics are compiled in playlists and the videos also include past paper solutions to aid revision.
This Twitter feed features GIFs of beautifully animated designs showing traditional Japanese joinery styles and woodwork techniques. The animations illustrate how, without the help of nails or adhesive, Japanese carpenters and joiners were able to create different ways of bonding wood together.
Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast
Simon Stephens speaks to playwrights about their work. Based on the Royal Court’s ethos as the writer’s theatre, the podcasts explore the lives, work and careers of twelve well-known playwrights who have all had their work performed at the Royal Court. So far Enda Walsh, Polly Stenham, April De Angelis, Dennis Kelly, Joe Penhall and David Hare have contributed.