Join us for a unique tour of the Natural History Museum in Oxford! We'll explore how human influence and selective choice shape the narrative of natural history museums, offering an 'unnatural' perspective on their historical and ideological foundations.

A paper featuring the portrait of several people, linking them to physiology and criminality.

Medicine and Colonization: How Scientific Research Shapes Politics

In recent months we have seen a wave of renaming initiatives around the world, which …

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Lawn bordered by trees with a victorian tower in the background.

Empty Spaces: Where are the Statues to Imperial Victims?

In the midst of a revolution against problematic historical statues, we might reflect on the …

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