Jason Ralph talks about his research into the US response to 9/11, and examines whether US challenges to international law in the subsequent War on Terror constitute a temporary phenomenon or signify the start of a new, and permanent, US attitude to international law.
Teela Sanders discusses her research into the lap-dancing industry.
Nick Emmel describes the Timescapes research on families who experience chronic poverty, while Kahryn Hughes talks about the identifiers of deprivation.
Louise Ellison discusses her research into the influence of alternative trial arrangements on juror evaluation of evidence in adult rape cases.
Dr Brad Evans discusses the inspiration for his Histories of Violence project, the value of multimedia, the complex phenomenon of violence and the trans-disciplinarity at the heart of his research
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