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.
In the digital age, research and analysis comes in all shapes and sizes. For instance, the Department of Politics’ regular podcast Westminster Watch is a vibrant platform for our academics to share their expertise – in this case, their expertise in British politics.
In her new research monograph, Dr Nobuko Anan explores contemporary Japanese women’s theatre and visual arts, and what they reveal about conceptions of gender, sexuality and cultural identity
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.
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