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In Search of the Social

One of the most neglected areas of sustainability is the social dimension. Rather than being a distinctive failing of sustainability scholarship, this reflects a wider problem that many people in the global North are not encouraged to think in terms of ‘the social’. (A former Prime Minister of the UK, Margaret Thatcher, once infamously declared that ‘there is no such

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Interview: Prof. Cathia Jenainati

Professor Cathia Jenainati is the Head of the School for Cross-Faculty Studies, as well as the Academic Director for the Global Sustainable Development and Liberal Arts degree programmes. As an integral, driving force behind the programmes, GLOBUS’ Digital Media Team sat down with her to explore her own history, that of the School, and to consider GLOBUS’ role in the

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Why Apply for a Cross-Faculty Degree at Warwick?

by Anna Matrai The University of Warwick offers you various degree options you can pursue, but there is no doubt that Global Sustainable Development and Liberal Arts are the most diverse and exciting courses here. I would particularly encourage you to apply, if you are genuinely curious about the world itself and want to familiarise yourself with various fields of

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