Pride Month 2022 – Delarivier Manley

Following Aphra Behn’s death in 1689, Delarivier Manley collected her inheritance and brought forward the discourse around the sexual identity of women and the legitimation of female same-sex attraction. She’s one of the “fair triumvirate of wit” with Aphra Behn and Eliza Haywood, a term coined by Irish critic James Sterling. Pathetic Behn, or Manley’s greater Name; […]

Pride Month 2022 – Anne Finch

As we have seen with Aphra Behn, the Restauration period started challenging some of the concepts around women’s desire in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships, with delicate examples of transgender and what we now know to call non-binary relationships taken into account. Anne Finch’s late production let us enjoy a production celebrating what Harriette Andreadis […]

Pride Month 2022 – Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum

In 1964, Egyptologist Ahmed Moussa made an astonishing discovery: a tomb, in the necropolis at Saqqara, nearby the paved, raised road leading to the pyramid of King Unas. The tomb was a mastaba, a flat-roofed structure rising with sloped external walls from a rectangular footprint that had been typical during the Early Dynastic Period and […]

#BIMtool – Question Pro

Una delle attività necessarie per l’inizio di un progetto e per garantire una corretta pianificazione, che sia davvero orientata alle caratteristiche dei collaboratori che saranno coinvolti, è l’attività di assessment. Come abbiamo già visto in alcune delle pillole dell’anno scorso, si tratta di un’attività richiesta dai framework BIM sin da quando tutti seguivamo i British […]