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Black History Month 2018 - events and activities across campus

Upcoming events


Using social media to fight for human rights in Kenya

Wanjeri Nderu, a human rights and anti-corruption blogger, will talk about her work to expose criminal activity and human rights violations in Kenya


The anatomy of violence: Dissecting the biological roots of crime

This talk provides a brief overview of this new body of knowledge and it implications for our future conceptualization of moral responsibility, free will, and punishment from a neuroscience perspective


Stigma machines

Professor Imogen Tyler discusses ‘Badging the Poor’, and examines the mechanics of intensified welfare stigma in the UK in the wake of the implementation of austerity-driven reforms to social provision since 2010


The Albukhary Foundation gallery of the Islamic World: New perspectives

Dr Ladan Akbarnia will discuss the new displays, the collection, and the vision for the new Albukhary Foundation gallery


Racism as a virus

Thinking about discrimination as a virus, as a social ill that must be addressed at many different levels, may provide a way to address enduring racism

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Staff news

Free bike doctor sessions in Autumn Term

Posted on Wednesday 17 October 2018

Register your bike and sort out any problems.

Black History Month 2018

Posted on Wednesday 10 October 2018

The theme for Black History Month 2018 is 'Celebrating Great Black British Achievers'.

Double recognition for Professor Reidun Twarock

Posted on Thursday 4 October 2018

Professor Reidun Twarock has received two awards for her work in Mathematical Virology.

World Mental Health Day 2018

Posted on Wednesday 3 October 2018

Come along to events and activities to mark World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10 October 2018.

Protecting listed features on campus

Posted on Thursday 27 September 2018

When we plan the development of our campus, we are mindful of protecting buildings and other features that we - and other groups - see as important.

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