Expert opinions cover the Anthropocene Leo Varadkar trauma after terror attacks and protest camps
Professor Jan Zalasiewicz from the Department of Geology has discussed the origin and implications of the term 'Anthropocene' in Science, People and Politics.
Leo Varadkar, Leader of the Fine Gael Party, has long insisted his sexuality or ethnicity do not define him, but it is a defining moment for Ireland, says Dr Richard Butler from the School of History in an article for Scroll.in.
- Read the article '"When a gay man with Indian roots becomes Ireland's youngest prime minister, it is time to take note"' here
Dr Fabian Frenzel from the School of Business has written an article for The Conversation discussing how around the world, social and protest movements empower people to push for change from outside of established institutions.
- Read the full article 'Political intents: how protest camps are reviving social movements around the world' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Dr Rob Dover from the School of History, Politics and International Relations has been interviewed by a Brazilian newspaper about Theresa May and Brexit. Read the article (in Spanish) here.
Emeritus Professor Michael Wang from the School of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour has been interviewed on BBC Radio Leicester about the psychological effects of terrorism.
Listen to the interview below:
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