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Mark Reed

About Mark Reed

Professor in Interdisciplinary Environmental Research at Birmingham City University
1206, 2014

Peatlands: How does my research impact on everyday life?

By |June 12th, 2014|In The News|Comments Off on Peatlands: How does my research impact on everyday life?

Mark Reed, Professor in Interdisciplinary Environmental Research at Birmingham City University.

Sustainable Uplands was a collaborative project involving Birmingham City University and several others to help people adapt to change in the UK’s peatlands and find ways of financing the restoration of peatland habitats.

Research led by Birmingham City University resulted in the launch of the UK Peatland […]

403, 2013

Have you discovered the potent power of books?

By |March 4th, 2013|Opinion|Comments Off on Have you discovered the potent power of books?

World Book Day takes place on Thursday 7 March 2013.

Dr Gregory Leadbetter, Director of the Institute of Creative and Critical Writing at Birmingham City University, discusses the power of books and what they can offer.

Books are potent things. Samuel Taylor Coleridge told a story of the peculiar effect a volume of The Arabian Nights had […]

811, 2011

Birmingham law professor takes on American legal system

By |November 8th, 2011|In The News|Comments Off on Birmingham law professor takes on American legal system

Professor Julian Killingley Director of the Centre for American Legal Studies – Faculty of Education, Law & Social Sciences

A British law professor is once again taking on the American legal system by challenging the convictions of two juveniles who face a life in prison without ever having a hope of being freed.

Julian Killingly, Professor of […]