Birkbeck's Dr Suzannah Biernoff writes about her experiences in studying the history of disability and disfigurement during and after the First World War
Birkbeck's Dr Jasmine Gideon's new book uses a gender lens to explore health, healthcare and health policy in both the Global South and North
Birkbeck experts in museum studies and computer sciences are joining forces on a new £1m+ research project to map the UK independent museums sector
Which influences have formed and perpetuated cultures of harm from the eighteenth century to the present day?
A new exhibition at the Peltz Gallery focusing on representations of violence, showcases the outcome of collaboration between a London-based Chilean artist and a Birkbeck researcher.
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