Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang:  troubling masculinity with James Bond

Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: troubling masculinity with James Bond

Jono Baggaley
Jono Baggaley
Could James Bond be a useful source of teaching about sex, relationships, gender norms and misogyny? This episode of Tomorrow is the Question explores Bond as symbol, a loaded figure of sex and violence and potent store of teaching material.…
Manosphere in the mirror: researching the marketing of misogyny

Manosphere in the mirror: researching the marketing of misogyny

Jono Baggaley
Jono Baggaley
What's actually happening in the manosphere? This episode of the Fully Human podcast, Tomorrow is the Question, explores new research into online misogyny and the manosphere…
Wise Animals: how technology has made us what we are

Wise Animals: how technology has made us what we are

Jono Baggaley
Jono Baggaley
A review of Tom Chatfield's Wise Animals, a book bringing together many of the themes we're exploring at Fully Human.…
"The Wind and the Song" Pt. 1: The Treachery of A.I. Images

"The Wind and the Song" Pt. 1: The Treachery of A.I. Images

Lewis Heriz
Lewis Heriz
In this video essay, Lewis Heriz questions what we're really looking at, or listening to, when we encounter the outputs of generative AI systems.…
Looking for attention: promoting attentional wellbeing in a digital age

Looking for attention: promoting attentional wellbeing in a digital age

Dr Joshua Stubbs
Dr Joshua Stubbs
Dr Joshua Stubbs explores what we can do in the face of digital distraction to support children's agency, maintain attention and manage the persistent pull of digital technologies.…
When buying sexual services becomes normal: corporate profit and human loss

When buying sexual services becomes normal: corporate profit and human loss

Elly Hanson
Elly Hanson
The first in a series of three essays looking at more and less human approaches to sex in our age of hyper-charged online consumerism.…
How to disagree better about education

How to disagree better about education

Daniel Stanley
Daniel Stanley
Why ambitious visions for education remain neglected in the political landscape and what can be done. The first in a series of articles based on our 'How to Disagree Better about Education' report, produced in collaboration with Future Narratives Lab.…
Childhood in the warm detritus of video games

Childhood in the warm detritus of video games

Andrew Robertson
Andrew Robertson
Free play is vital to children's development yet increasingly under threat. Andy Robertson, games journalist (BBC, Forbes, Guardian), author and editor of the Family Gaming Database, calls for closer attention to how children play today and a fresh look at video games…
Speaking Machines: when technology talks back

Speaking Machines: when technology talks back

Jono Baggaley
Lewis Heriz
Jono Baggaley, Lewis Heriz
Introducing Tomorrow is the Question, the Fully Human podcast. Opening with a conversation between Jono Baggaley and Lewis Heriz about Speaking Machines.…
Welcome to Fully Human

Welcome to Fully Human

Jono Baggaley
Jono Baggaley
The first edition of the Fully Human newsletter. Introducing fresh perspectives on technology, childhood and the future of education. Landing in your inbox every fortnight.…