The Western environmental, social and political history of humans and the Earth is the result of a segmentation along cartographic lines.
Equality Week is back! Join us for a week of free online talks and workshops that explore equality, diversity, inclusion, and how we can all be change makers.
Bath MP Wera Hobhouse leads a community conversation about the impact of Brexit on musicians.
Masterclass and Q&A with world-renowned filmmakers Roger and James Deakins.
Like many megacities, Delhi manifests stark paradoxes, though you would not think so, if you walk around Lutyens’ Delhi...
In this next installment of the RCEH lecture series, we welcome the poet Tjawangwa Dema.
A revised agenda for research on the governance of megacity disaster risks in light of new challenges raised by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries' successful practice-based research symposium returns in 2021.
Topics explored include radon in the built environment, radon in the natural environment, radon as a diagnostic tool, radon and therapy and more.
Are books about rewilding the new form of georgic literature for the twenty-first century?