On Wednesday 25 April, the Ageing and Dementia Research Centre (ADRC) welcomed external speakers to present their dementia focused research as part of the ADRC Research Seminar Series. In the first… »
Communities, Culture & Conflicts: Public Engagement
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Dr Sara Marino, Lecturer in Communication in the Faculty of Media and Communication, was recently interviewed by BBC Future writer and producer, Jose Luis Penarredonda, on the reasons why people… »
Socially engaged art work during Refugee Week, b-side Outpost Art Festival, and BU Festival of Learning
The Migrant & Refugee Leisure & Wellbeing project team are involved with the development of co-created, socially engaged arts events involving project partners and Bournemouth University students. These events are planned to take place during Bournemouth and Poole City of Sanctuary Refugee Week, b-side Outpost Art Festival and the BU Festival of Learning.
Are you interested in scandal? Most people are. And while scandal of one sort or another has long been a major part of our media diet, in recent years institutional… »
Dr Bronwen Thomas was one of the panellists at an event held at the British Library last night to discuss academic acts of reading and how these may be being… »
Hybrid War is more than Compound War and it will challenge Western Military, Political and Strategic thinking in a radical way – reaffirming the applicability of Clausewitz’s On War 21st Century’s guidance on on this form of warfare
British Science Festival: BU researchers present their work as part of a celebration of British science
This year’s British Science Festival features talks from two of BU’s researchers – Dr. Anna Feigenbaum and Dr. Bryce Dyer. The Festival celebrates the best of British science, from archaeology… »
Keith Williamson from Avonbourne College provided an inspirational lecture on how they are changing the way their pupils learn. This involves programmes such as ELLI (Effective LifeLong Inventory). Keith explained… »
Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers, Melanie Klinkner, Wendy Cutts and Elina Kuusio delivered a ‘Reconciliation in Practice’ Workshop at this year’s Festival of Learning. The event focused on how to reconcile social communities,… »
The INEA project team included a film producer and director. Their task was to produce short films about the work of the archaeologists and anthropologists involved. As producer Vanessa Edwards… »
On the 26th November, Nerve radio hosted a new research feature on their Nerve news discussion show. Researcher Tom Cousins from Maritime Archaeology went on to tell our students about… »
Bournemouth University took part in the ‘Science Tent’ at Bestival in early September to showcase some of the University’s fantastic research to the Festival audience. Research activities and information were… »
In divided societies emerging from war, monuments communicate important memories, shared grief, pride or solidarity, but they can also signify partisan claims to territory, moral and military superiority and perpetuate… »
By: Confidence Uwazuruike On Saturday, March 28, Nigerians lined the streets to elect who would steer the affairs of the country over the next four years. Though there were 14… »
On Wednesday 11th March Dr Andy Mayers, from the Department of Psychology and Acts Fast (Abused Children’s Trauma Support, Family Advice & Strategy Team)will be hosting an event entitled “Child… »
Noha Mellor – “Social Media in Pan-Arab Newsrooms” 21st Jan, 2-3pm, Room: W240 Social media have changed Arab journalistic practices: with the speed of disseminating information via social media sites… »
Moscow’s Hybrid War in Ukraine – A one day Symposium on 25th February 2015 organised by Conflict, Rule of Law and Society in association with the Swedish National Defence College… »
Cafe Scientifique – The Scandal of Poverty & Child Mortality in the Western world: Are British children especially disadvantaged?
Coming up Tuesday 2 September Cafe Sci with Professor Colin Pritchard Where? Café Boscanova, Christchurch Road, Boscombe, BH1 4BP When? First Tuesday of every month 7.30-9 pm, doors open 6.30pm… »
Towards the end of June, Dr Julia Best and PhD student Jacqueline Pitt ventured to Glastonbury festival in order to convey the research of the Chicken Project (Cultural and Scientific… »