On 10 June, the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research will hold a public colloquium, “Five years after the Arab Spring: The Implosion of Social Movements?”
Birkbeck’s annual showcase of research and teaching in the School of Science may be over for another year, but there are plenty of videos, blogs and photos from the week-long series of events to catch up on if you missed any
What is wrong with the Human Right Act that necessitates its replacement? Dr Frederick Cowell discusses in a new research blog
Dr Luciana Martins, reader in Latin American Visual Cultures, has been awarded a 2016 Leverhulme Research Fellowship for a study exploring the practice and experience of image-making as deployed on European expeditions to South America from the 1850s to the 1950s.
Newly-published research co-authored by a Birkbeck geophysicist has furthered our understanding of the internal structure of an Mount Paektu, a volcano on the border of North Korea and China.
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