New research, which has assessed the impact of a children’s storybook on a Critically Endangered species – the Javan slow loris – has been published today by scientific journal Conservation Biology (Monday 14 August).
Researchers at Oxford Brookes University have investigated whether or not there is a ‘Harry Potter effect’ on owl keeping in countries where keeping wild birds as pets is considered commonplace.
Oxford Brookes Sociology lecturer, Dr Tamsin Barber, will be talking at the launch event for the ‘Vietnamese Londoners’ exhibition at Oxford House, London, on July 7.
Academics from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences came together on Wednesday 14 June for a successful research conference on the theme of The Other.
The Oxford Brookes Model UN Society, formed by student Dalila Da Silva Lopes, was recently invited to attend a speech by the General Secretary of the United Nations António Guterres.
Dr Simon Underdown was filmed last week (2 June) for a new documentary on Neanderthals made by the production company behind the 2005 Oscar-winning documentary March of the Penguins.
Oxford Brookes University is pleased to offer a full-time PhD Studentship in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, starting on 18 September 2017.
Professor of Anthropology, Dr Catherine Hill, and Honorary Research Associates Dr Amanda Webber and Dr Nancy Priston have edited a newly published volume Understanding Conflicts About Wildlife: A Biosocial Approach (Berghahn, Oxford).
An Oxford Brookes lecturer in comparative politics is behind a new, interactive website launched to help voters in the upcoming UK general election determine which party policies they most closely identify with.