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From the late third century many cities of north Gaul were enclosed by ramparts. These defences mark a major change in Gallo-Roman society as a whole.
The world is facing an unprecedented time of change and transition. Systems of provision for food, health, mobility and fuel are at a point of crisis.
‘The politics of things’: digital media, urban space and the materiality of civic engagement - Wendy Willems, LSE
Find out how the prehistoric archaeology of a small island off the coast of France is changing how we think about Neanderthals in Northern Europe.
Sex has been the crux of philosophical, legal and ethical debate in Europe from time immemorial.
Parental mental health matters: children of parents with mental health problems are at substantially greater risk of mental health problems themselves
We will review medieval navigation methods and the remains of trading sites, fishing centres and victualling ports along the coast of Britain.
Professor Nowotny will present his research in insect olfaction and bio-inspired AI to illustrate how we can learn from nature’s inventions.
World War One is referred to as the first “Total War’ a culturally traumatized coming together of war, technology, power and sonic experience.
This talk examines the "mini moral panic" about the state of the language and what it can tell us about linguistic identity in modern Britain.
Could changing the way we think about migration lead to a more hopeful, less divisive debate and improved wages and conditions for low-paid workers?
This lecture on the impact of globalisation on the forested landscapes and indigenous or adivasi cultures of India will focus on environmental history
This lecture investigates the complex relationship between education and conflict in a period of increased globalisation, neoliberalism and inequality