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Research profiles from current students in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Research profiles from Alumni can be found further down the page.
Department of English and Modern Languages
'Dancin'Modernism: Moving Bodies Performing Identity and British Cultures of Modernism (1909-1939).'
School of Education
'Exploring creativity in teaching and learning in innovative science and arts primary practitioners’ lessons.'
School of History, Philosophy and Culture
‘Evolution’s Closet: The New Biology and Homosexuality in Britain, 1885-1967.’
Department of Social Sciences
‘Lemur-human coexistence: the impact of human hunting on the behaviour and demography of cathemeral lemurs in south-eastern Madagascar.’
‘A comparison of craniomandibular ontogeny between hominoids of the Late Miocene and Early Pliocene in relation to contemporary climate change and paleoecological shifts.’
‘A Study of the Life and Works of Baroness Blaze de Bury: A Counter-narrative of Women’s Involvement in Nineteenth Century European International Politics.’
'Authenticity in the work of W.G.Sebald and Bruce Chatwin.'
'Euthanasia and the duty to die: a moral advocacy of the responsibility to end life at the right time.'
'A cross-phase investigation contrasting primary and science teachers’ understanding of, and pedagogic practice related to science inquiry.'
'Can Personal Identity be defined by emotional continuity?'
'Ecophysiology of the Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus).'
'Orangutans in the New Frontier: Strategies for Survival in Altered Landscapes'
'Politics in the Court Room: International Diplomacy, the Global Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Rivonia Trial, South Africa, 1963-64.'
'Shared Landscapes: the reintroduction of red kite in the UK.’
'Once Upon a Time: A study into how stories begin.'
Research student alumni profiles from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
'Engineering Tolerance: Evaluating the Origins of Multicultural Education Policies in the Atlantic World, 1944-1988.'
‘Debatable Lands: exploring the boundaries of fiction and non-fiction through family history.’
'The Rise of Female Testimony on the Early Modern Stage.'
‘The Woman in the Moon in John Lyly and William Shakespeare.’
'Figuring and Becoming: Developing identities among beginning nursing students'
'What did they do all day? Patient work, psychiatry and society in France and England, 1900-1940.'
'Developing creativity within primary science teaching and considering how assessment strategies can augment this process.'
School of Law
'The Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL).'
'Her, Herself and She: Girls’ Constructions of Identity through Online Communications.'
'Bodies in the Service of "The Patient Body": Expectations, Discourse and Experiences of Cancer Research in Britain, 1960-2010.'
'Experiencing smallpox in eighteenth-century England.'
'Great ape conservation in the matrix: investigating the socio-ecological responses of chimpanzees living in a forest-farm mosaic, Uganda.'
‘Imaginary Companions: An Exploration of Adult Memory Narratives.’
‘Melancholia Past, Melancholia Present.’