Dr Alex Kent reflects on the contribution that HM Queen Elizabeth II has made to global geopolitics.
For centuries, following the murder of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170, Canterbury has been a major Christian pilgrimage destination. Ahead of the city’s annual Medieval Pageant, Dr Sheila Sweetinburgh explores the experiences the medieval pilgrims inside and outside the city walls.
Dr Alex Kent explores Putin’s motivations by reflecting on the meanings of two monumental bronze statues.
Joel Petch and Dr Andrew Westwood from Kent and Medway Medical School offer some tips on how to get a good night’s sleep.
Dr Alexander Kent, Reader in Cartography and Geographic Information Science, discusses NATO’s decision not to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
Dr Alexander Kent, Reader in Cartography and Geographic Information Science, reflects on Vladimir Putin’s geopolitical ambitions.
On Holocaust Memorial Day, Dr Laura Cashman introduces a new cross-faculty research group who wish to promote inclusion of Gypsy, Roma and Travellers.
Dr Althea Legal-Miller discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement is part of America’s tumultuous history.
Dr Harshad Keval asks if the temporary nature of Black History Month can support the call for a radical change in societal racial justice.