Dr Michael Goodrum assesses the American President’s first year in office.
Dr Leonie Hicks explores the Bayeux Tapestry’s Kent connections and diplomatic gifts.
Dr Michael Goodrum looks at how the history of Haiti still haunts America today.
Professor Ágnes Gulyás discusses the fundamental changes in local media.
Professor Peter Vujakovic looks at how Kent’s farms could help with biodiversity and improve the local environment.
Dr Catherine Meehan responds to the Government’s announcement that it is asking parents and young people what should be covered in new relationship and sex education guidelines.
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses how a sense of place can impact upon world affairs.
Professor Berry Billingsley explains how work at Christ Church is supporting students to ask questions on topics to help their understanding of the world around them.
Dr Elizabeth Spruin explains how the American practice of using court facility dogs can alleviate stress for victims in court and offer them support.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe comments on the recent introduction of the new Little Miss Inventor character.