The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences recently celebrated the launch of six new publications across various subjects. Ranging from […]
Dr Kimberley Hockings’ research on chimpanzees living in human-impacted habitats has been discussed in a fascinating piece published this week […]
The illegal trade in wildlife, including parts of tigers or ivory, continues to thrive on the Internet. Due to the […]
ONEFaR presents Co-constructing agendas: Researching Fatherhoods – 22 January 2015
An exciting event inviting high-profile figures to think through future research agendas in relation to Fathering and Fatherhood.
Concepts of Historical Time and Change in Feminist Theory – 12 March 2015
Concepts of Historical Time and Change in Feminist Theory with speaker Dr Victoria Browne
Chinese, Japanese, or 'Oriental'?: Vietnamese passing in 'super-diverse' London with speaker Dr Tamsin Barber