Podcasts

  • Environmental Conservation and Archaeology

    8 August, 2016

    Channel:
    Alumni
    Presented by:
    Artist:
    Tom Austen Brown

    Archaeologists increasingly contribute data and perspectives to conservation biology, restoration ecology, and environmental science.

    • 1 hour, 8 mins
    • Download (MP3, 124.8Mb)
  • For a political economy of space and place

    4 August, 2016

    Channel:
    Alumni
    Presented by:
    Artist:
    Professor Adam Morton

    Under capitalism, how does the state organise space in our everyday lives through the streets we walk, the monuments we visit, and the places where we meet?

  • The Chinese Enigma: China through European eyes 1700-1900

    16 June, 2016

    Channel:
    Alumni
    Presented by:
    Artist:
    Professor Yixu Lu

    Was China a land of wisdom, a senescent giant incapable of change, or a fractious adolescent with enormous industrial potential? Did going there help Europeans decide?

  • The conversation machine

    10 March, 2016

    Channel:
    Alumni
    Presented by:
    Artist:
    Nicola Piper, Professor of International Migration

    What makes language possible in our species? This lecture outlines new understandings of our unique skill, with a focus on human cooperative capacities and the ultrasocial mind.

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