Serving sensory surprises
Why are bananas slow? Does 'the sixth sense' exist? Institute of Philosophy director Barry Smith takes to Radio 4 for his new series - The Uncommon Senses - starting this week!
New LLM in Legal Translation
We are delighted to announce that applications for our unique and specialised LLM in Legal Translation are now open! The groundbreaking initiative provides an unparalleled opportunity for interdisciplinary study and research in the heart of Bloomsbury.
Immerse yourself in Marcel Proust's Belle Époque
Early bird tickets for Living Literature are now on sale! Join us on 11 May for magic lantern shows, historical cocktails and pop-up talks exploring memory, desire, art and queer identity
Distance Learning research degrees now available
Study for a PhD anywhere in the world with our new distance learning research degrees in a range of humanities subjects
Student surveys now open!
The national PTES and PRES surveys are now open for students to complete. Check your email for the link!
Has the tide turned for South Africa’s rhino poaching crisis? Professor Keith Somerville explains the complex picture presented by the long-awaited report on rhino poaching - which reveals a 10.3 per cent dip from last year
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Rethinking the History of Science and Knowledge in Latin America
Professor Cueto presents evidence and arguments for a new vision of the history of science and knowledge in Latin America including histories of medicine, the natural sciences, and museum anthropology.
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