In this talk, Dr Hyo Yoon Kang from Kent Law School presents current research in which she questions and explores the value and valuation of patents from legal, historical and theoretical perspectives.
The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) is a new UK Government initiative to measure the quality of teaching in Higher Education but does good teaching necessarily equate with learning and education?
This lecture, based on the experience of making an arts documentary entitled White Flags in the context of post-conflict Lebanon, explores how Lebanese citizens from different professional and religious backgrounds bring a range of conceptual, ethical and artistic meanings to the white flag.
In this talk, Dr Tatyana Humle, Senior lecturer in Primate Conservation at the University of Kent, summarises some of the main challenges faced by both people and chimpanzees in this region and highlights the key drivers putting at risk co-existence between them.
This talk focuses on a group of documentaries filmed in Poland and portraying journeys of postmemory to the sites of Jewish life before the war and Jewish destruction during the Holocaust.