Expert opinions cover magic glass Obamas nuclear policy Kenya and banning the burquini
Margaret Maclean from the Special Collections has written a Staff Blog discussing the cast of impossibly colourful characters in the collection of Victor Neuburg.
Dr Chloe Duckworth from the School of Archaeology and Ancient History has written an article for Think: Leicester outlining how power and prestige drove ancient technology.
Dr Andrew Futter and PhD student James Johnson from the Department History, Politics and International Relations have written an article for Think: Leicester discussing the Obama Administration’s nuclear legacy.
PhD Student Elijah Getanda from the Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour has written an article for Think: Leicester outlining their project investigating what helps children affected in post-conflict areas.
- Read the full article 'Evaluation of psychosocial intervention for children exposed to ethnic conflict in Kenya' here
Dr Saeeda Shah from the School of Education has written an article for Think: Leicester highlighting how traditional dress signifies empowerment and equality to Muslim women, and mentions their participation in the Rio Olympics.
- Read the full article ''Banning of ‘burquinis’ is a step towards depriving Muslim women of equal citizenship' here
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