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

ONEFaR presents Co-constructing agendas: Researching Fatherhoods

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

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

Chinese, Japanese, or 'Oriental'?: Vietnamese passing in 'super-diverse' London – 2 April 2015

Chinese, Japanese, or 'Oriental'?: Vietnamese passing in 'super-diverse' London with speaker Dr Tamsin Barber

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