Louise Byrne interviews the editor of Positive News magazine about the need for news which makes people feel less hopeless. Editor-in-chief Sean Dagan Wood also spoke to Richmond’s Assistant Professor of International Journalism about the…
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Writing with Anja Kanngieser (University of Wollongong) & Rory Gibb (University College) Paul Rekret recently published an essay on the aesthetics of ecological crisis for Turmoil, the magazine of the CTM festival in Berlin. Looking to sound…
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Louise Byrne has been working on a BBC Radio 4 series to mark 100 years of women’s suffrage in the UK. Six women who have played an important role in democracy around the world were interviewed for ‘Her Story Made History’.
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Paul Rekret recently published a short essay on the UK High Court’s ruling that the Home Office policy of deporting homeless migrants is unlawful for the London Review of Books blog. His essay can be found here.
Paul Rekret is Associate…
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Richmond students recently presented scenes from All’s Well That Ends Well on the Globe Stage.
The evening’s presentation was the culmination of the semester’s work produced in conjunction with Globe Education and included classes in…
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