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The CRRE recovers and studies the work of labouring-class writers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, including John Clare, Robert Bloomfield and Henry Kirke White.
Dr Nicholas Midgley has recently undertaken research, jointly with Dr Steve Coulson at the University Centre in Svalbard, on glacier mice in Iceland.
ETNA is an EU-wide network involving 23 leading Institutions in 13 Countries.
This current project examines how scientists reason in contexts of uncertainty. Its claim is that so-called fallacies can serve an important, and largely overlooked, role in facilitating inquiry in these contexts.