Geographer Robert Winstanley-Chesters explores the meaning of soil, earth and humus in North Korea, and Pyongyang’s efforts to make new earth(s).
Prof. Dr. Marcus Nüsser discusses a socio-hydrological framework for the Himalayan region that may be used as a basis for more sustainable development pathways.
Students on the BA Creative Writing and BA Music respond to the museum’s unique atmosphere through poetry and prose with a backdrop of jazz.
In this next installment of the RCEH lecture series, composer and researcher Alex South offers a deep dive into the music of the humpback whale.
This artist talk will present the new body of work and research that Catherine Parsonage has been developing during her time as Freelands Fellow.
Fascinating collaborative talks about the role of art and education in environmental action in two distinct regions of India.
Building community resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An evening of performances in the Students' Union bar.
Friday 29 October 2021: Kimberley Wilson discusses her new book How to Build a Healthy Brain.
Dan Haines sheds new light on the political dynamics of earthquake management in modern South Asia.