Prof Jussi Parikka discusses research on “vegetal images” as an entry point to an alternative history of visual culture and photography.
In this next installment of the RCEH lecture series, we welcome the poet Tjawangwa Dema.
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?
In this cold, dry desert, conditions are harsh, yet local people grow some of the finest varieties of peas and barley. How do they manage their resources?
The Research Centre for Environmental Humanities at Bath Spa University launches 'The Music Returns to Kai-as', a film by the Future Pasts project.
A talk on using the Concealed Information Test, which is part of the Psychology Centre for Health and Cognition Brain and Behaviour Seminar Series.
Dr Jeff Wale examines disputes between parents and healthcare professionals set against the backdrop of newborn genetic screening and pandemics.
In this talk, Juan A. Ballesteros-Canovas will show how the information contained in tree-ring records can help predict future floods.