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The Department of Social Sciences is an environment of critical enquiry and rigorous research. Our innovative and influential research has received international recognition; changing attitudes and informing policy across areas as diverse as the conservation of primates, gendered practices in family and work lives, and Eastern European politics.
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A new study provides insights into the diet and microbiomes in the gut of the slow loris and could lead to important interventions for the endangered primate.
Two Oxford Brookes students were selected to represent undergraduate research at the prestigious Posters in Parliament event on Thursday (7 March 2019).
The Department of Social Sciences, Oxford Brookes University is pleased to invite applications for two Sasakawa Postgraduate Studentships in Japanese studies.
In September 2017 the number of candidate cities for the 2024 summer games was reduced to two, after three cities withdrew from the final vote that took place in Lima, Peru.
Passive Revolution and Catch-up Industrialisation in North Korea with speaker Dr Kevin Gray (Sussex).
Policing Migration and Racial Technologies with speaker Dr Alpa Parmar (Oxford).
Rewilding in eco-cultural landscapes: The socio-political dimensions of reintroduced white-tailed eagles in the Scottish Highlands with guest speaker Thomas Fry (University College London).
Environmental Breakdown – and how to stop it with writer and activist George Monbiot