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In the largest study of its kind, academics at Oxford Brookes University and Gadjah Madah University in Indonesia have found that three closely-related Indonesian songbirds are on the brink of extinction due to large numbers having been illegally extracted from the wild.
Recent BA Sociology graduates Katy Partington and Malgorzata Rudnicka have received top marks for their dissertations analysing contemporary issues such as ‘lad culture’ and whether people are pushed into early retirement.
New research reveals that day-time sleep site selection and predator avoidance are linked unanimously amongst nocturnal primates.
Our current MA International Relations and MA International Security students were joined by both academic staff and two of our PhD students.
Internationally-recognised experts on primate conservation, including researchers from Oxford Brookes University, have come together to highlight the urgent action needed to protect the world’s rapidly vanishing primate populations.
Last month (21-26 May) Think Human Festival took place at Oxford Brookes showcasing exciting teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences. Laura Baldock, Project Manager for the festival, writes on how it went and some of the key successes.
Peter Kennard, one of Britain’s most important political artists, will be showcasing a selection of his work at Oxford Brookes University next week as part of the Think Human Festival (21-26 May).
The application deadline for three Departmental scholarships for our MA International Relations, MA International Security and our brand-new MA International Relations (Distance Learning) course has been extended.
The Centre for Global Politics, Economy and Society (GPES) recently held a book launch featuring a range of new and challenging work from seven members of the inter-disciplinary body.
Professor Helen Walkington will be presented with a Royal Geographical Society award next month for “outstanding contributions to geography”.