Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, the American International University in London, will be hosting a screening and discussion on childhood and innocence, entitled Time Let Me Play on Thursday 24 May,…
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Brooklyn-based artist Jesse Bransford's work has been involved with belief and the visual systems it creates since the 1990s. His monograph 'A Book of Staves: Galdrastafabók', has just been published by Fulgur press fine editions. In a series…
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Richmond University students have published the very first issue of fashion and lifestyle magazine "RU". This inaugural release has features written by Richmond students for Richmond students including fashion trends & advice, living in…
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The Wellbeing Research Centre is organising a half-day seminar on the topic of state engagement and the assessment of capacity using the PDIA approach for Thursday May 17th, 2018 on the University’s Kensington campus.* Registration is from…
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The research centre for International Visual Arts and Cultures and the Art Exhibition Society collaborated on a 'Working in the Art World' exchange on 18 April, Asa Briggs Hall, Kensington Campus.
The event brought together alumni from the…
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Richmond MBA students visited the ISNTD festival in central London. ISNTD Festival brings together the creative arts and global health communities to explore the issues, challenges, opportunities and solutions that are needed to transform research…
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On Monday April 16th, at 1030 am, at the Lecture Hall within 17 Young Street, there was a showing of a short documentary film of ‘Positive Women …’. Here is a link to a trailer.
The film offered a glimpse into the lives of 6 women living…
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Wednesday 21st March saw a very well attended and stimulating Theatre & Performance Career’s Night at Richmond’s Kensington campus. A panel of four Arts industry professionals including actors, directors, and script/screen writers spoke…
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Eunice Goes presented the paper ‘There is an Alternative: How the Portuguese Socialist Party Turned the Page on Austerity’ at the annual conference of the Political Studies Association held in Cardiff between 26-28 March 2018. The paper…
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