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The Middle East: The Rise and Fall of an Idea

The Middle East: The Rise and Fall of an Idea

Tue 27, Jul 2021

Historian Professor James Renton spoke to Kate McNeil about his work on 'The Middle East: The Rise and Fall of an Idea' project.

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Partitions and Oral History: A Conversation with Professor Radhika Mohanram

Partitions and Oral History: A Conversation with Professor Radhika Mohanram

Tue 13, Jul 2021

Professor Radhika Mohanram discusses her work on ‘Partitions: What Are They Good For?", an oral history project funded by the AHRC.

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From Migrant Smuggling to Human Trafficking

From Migrant Smuggling to Human Trafficking

Tue 29, Jun 2021

David Leone Suber, a doctoral researcher at the Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science, UCL, writes for PaCCS about his ongoing work on human trafficking.

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Re-Creating the State: Governance, Civil Society and Trust in Poland, Russia and Ukraine

Re-Creating the State: Governance, Civil Society and Trust in Poland, Russia and Ukraine

Tue 22, Jun 2021

Dr Marc P. Berenson discusses his work on the ESRC-funded project ‘Re-Creating the State: Governance, Civil Society and Trust in Poland, Russia and Ukraine’.

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Languages at War

Languages at War

Tue 15, Jun 2021

Professor Hilary Footitt discusses her work on the Languages at war: policies and practices of language contacts in conflict project.

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Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape

Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape

Tue 8, Jun 2021

Cardiff University’s Professor Omer Rana discusses his work on Modelling Victim, Business, Regulatory and Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape.

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Ways of Knowing after Atrocity

Ways of Knowing after Atrocity

Tue 1, Jun 2021

Dr Nicola Palmer discusses the “Ways of Knowing after Atrocity” knowledge exchange project which examined transitional justice processes.

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Capacity Building for Mangrove Restoration in Kenya

Capacity Building for Mangrove Restoration in Kenya

Tue 25, May 2021

Professor Mark Huxham discusses his work on CAMARV: Capacity Building for Mangrove Assessment, Restoration and Valuation in East Africa”.

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Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime

Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime

Tue 18, May 2021

Professor Niamh NicDaeid and Professor Wolfram Meier-Augenstein discuss their work on Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime, Detect Serious Crime and Reduce Volume Crime.

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Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity

Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity

Tue 4, May 2021

Dr Mohanad Hage Ali discusses his past work on "Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity".

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