September News RoundUp

While the UK battles with a transport crisis and party conference season has been in full swing, we were enjoying a very busy return to Canterbury campus. It’s been absolutely buzzing with life this past few weeks. Catch up with all our latest news here.


  • After a quiet year on campus with most learning and working from home, it was amazing to see the Canterbury campus come back to life this Welcome Week. See what’s been going on.


What is the future of Afghanistan?

  • Dr Harmonie Toros took part in two recent radio programmes – BBC Radio Wales and Radio 5, discussing the future of Afghanistan, discussing ISIS-K and the potential terror threat, along with President Biden’s decision to withdraw the military from Afghanistan. Read more.

The Merkel era came to an end

We reflected on the 20-year anniversary of 9/11

And what we are looking forward to…

  • The Schools of Anthropology and Conservation, Economics, Politics and International Relations and Psychology met to discuss their many dynamic research groups, with a view to potential interdisciplinary collaboration. Find out more.

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