School of Natural and Built Environment
Our researchers work in many parts of the world – from Asia to America, and Ireland to Iceland. Their broad range of studies extend from colonialism to urbanism, from climate change to sustainability, from geotechnics to reconciliation, from excavated human bones to constructed human societies.
CAN STONE STRUCTURES COPE WITH CLIMATE CHANGE?
CROSSING BORDERS IN GEOGRAPHY
SKILLS OF THE PRESENT UNCOVERING THE PAST