Brick Lane: Racialisation of Space

Project Identification: Brick Lane, formally Whitechapel Lane before the 15th century, is situated in the East End of London between Bethnal Green and Whitechapel. Now seen as the ‘curry capital’ of London, Brick Lane is associated with a rich heritage of immigrant workers bringing with them their skills, trades and foods. Notable influxes of migrant

The Elgin Marbles: Imperial Artefact

Culture is a concept that is difficult to define due to its abstract nature, despite its significance in our everyday lives. Inglis (1993) identifies culture as contested values, and Mitchell furthers this through discussion about culture wars, whereby there is a “struggle between acceptable cultural expression” (2000, 71). This struggle is underpinned through power relations