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All are welcome to participate in our schedule of research activities and events. All events will take place online unless stated otherwise, and you can find joining instructions by contacting Patrick Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org).
High Speed Icons of Japan: Planes, Trains and Understanding Japanese Society with speaker Dr Christopher Hood (Cardiff University).
Protecting Sumatran orangutans, their forests and their future with speaker Helen Buckland (Sumatran Orangutan Society).
At the Limits of Citizenship: The Problem of Non-Voting in Britain and France, 1848-2014 with speaker Dr Tom Crook (Brookes)
“But now Japan and America are partners”: A further look into the 1964 special issue of Life magazine about Japan with speaker David Pinho Barros (University of Porto).
The reluctant conservationist: from gorilla parasites and poachers to virtual safaris with speaker Ian Redmond OBE, from Ape Alliance.
Justifying Political Violence with speaker Dr Elizabeth Frazer (Oxford)
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
Traditional weather forecasting in Japanese fishing communities: Negotiating local knowledge and sense of place, with speaker Dr Giovanni Bulian (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice).
Conservationists: what makes us tick? Career tips for passionate people with speaker Thirza Loffeld (University of Kent).
Labour Organising and the (Re)turn to Austerity in Latin America with speaker Dr Adam Fishwick (De Montfort)