News

Celebration of newly published authors in Humanities and Social Sciences

Celebration of newly published authors in Humanities and Social Sciences

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences recently celebrated the launch of six new publications across various subjects. Ranging from […]

Human-Primate Interactions specialism at Brookes showcased by BBC Earth

Human-Primate Interactions specialism at Brookes showcased by BBC Earth

Dr Kimberley Hockings’ research on chimpanzees living in human-impacted habitats has been discussed in a fascinating piece published this week […]

Wildlife Trade on the Internet

Wildlife Trade on the Internet

The illegal trade in wildlife, including parts of tigers or ivory, continues to thrive on the Internet. Due to the […]

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Events

Primate Conservation Seminar Series

Primate Conservation Seminar Series – 2 February 2015

Stolen Apes why the trade in baby apes matters in the fight against climate change with speaker Ian Redmond

Primate Conservation Seminar Series

Primate Conservation Seminar Series – 9 February 2015

Primates: food, sex and violence, with a bit of gum on the side with speaker Dr Andrew Smith, Anglia Ruskin University

Anthropology Seminar Series

Anthropology Seminar Series – 11 February 2015

Changed men: how peer group support remakes masculinity in the evangelical and support group movements with speaker William Dawley, University of California, San Diego

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