Open Research

Image of a woman's hands looking at a phone. The Open Access logo sits in the bottom right hand cornerAt the College of Arts and Law our research matters, so it needs to be open.

Our two-minute reads are a new way for you to engage with the research of our academic community. If you want to learn more, you can also find links to Open Access publications, data when appropriate, and other resources, including podcasts, videos, or blogs. If you want to join the conversation you can also follow us on Twitter – look out for #OpenResearch.


Latest two-minute reads

Did Victorians invent the comic book?

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Rebecca Mitchell
Date:
26/06/2020

Did prehistoric man seek to limit pain in death?

Did prehistoric man seek to limit pain in death?
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Henry Chapman
Date:
20/05/2020

Sorry is not the hardest word

Sorry is not the hardest word
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Ruth Page
Date:
05/03/2020

Does the description of a scene affect how that scene is viewed?

Does the description of a scene affect how that scene is viewed?
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Dagmar Divjak, Petar Milin and Srdan Medimorec
Date:
05/03/2020

How can autobiographical stories be used in mental health debates?

How can autobiographical stories be used in mental health debates?
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Lisa Bortolotti
Date:
03/03/2020

How can computer-assisted methods help to identify similarities between real and fictional speech?

How can computer-assisted methods help to identify similarities between real and fictional speech?
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Michaela Mahlberg, Peter Stockwell, Viola Wiegand and Anthony Hennessey
Date:
03/03/2020