A month of bitesize talks from the Schools of Politics and International Relations, Economics, Psychology, and Anthropology and Conservation about the study of humans and the systems we use to live on the planet we inhabit.
The Division of Human and Social Sciences Summer Bites talks are open to applicants and current students of the University of Kent.
Politics and International Relations
12 July, 16.00 BST. Female Suicide Bombers: Is the female of the species more deadly than the male? with Dr Margherita Belgioioso
5 July, 14.00 BST. The Economics with a Year in Industry Programme with Dr Penélope Pacheco-López
15 July, 15.00 BST. What the Covid crisis has taught us about economics and vice-versa with Dr Amanda Gosling
12 July, 15.00 BST. Unsolicited Sexual Images: Who sends them and why? with Dr Sarah Johns
Geography and Environment
21 July, 17.00 BST. Housing or Poverty Trap for Women? The case of the low-income urban settlements in the global South with Dr Anika Haque
22 July, 16.00 BST. Do children test hypotheses like scientists do? with Dr Angela Nyhout
26 July, 16.00 BST. iTrade Wildlife: tackling online wildlife trafficking with Dr David Roberts