Rafal Soborski’s new book “Ideology and the Future of Progressive Social Movements” (Rowman and Littlefield 2018) has been reviewed by Luke Martell (University of Sussex) at LSE Review of Books.
Martell writes that the book is “……
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The University is delighted to be supporting the social enterprise Professors Without Borders which, by providing university lecturers and professors, aims to make first class education available for students in developing countries without…
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Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, presented his paper, Prefigurative Politics in Global Anti-Neoliberal Activism: A Critique, at the Seventeenth Annual Global Studies Association of North America Conference…
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The third Richmond summer Fellowship Symposium was held at the University’s Rome campus on 15 June, generously supported by The American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS). The speakers and guests were welcomed by Professor John Annette, Richmond’s…
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Dr George Zhang was invited to give a keynote speech on European Benchmarks for Chinese Language on the 12th May at the 2nd International Forum on Future Education, Future Learning, organised by the Institute of Future Education and Evaluation…
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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, the American International University in London, hosted a highly successful screening and discussion on childhood and innocence, entitled Time Let Me Play on Thursday…
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Dr. Robert J. Wallis delivered a paper at the International Forum on Shamanism and Arctic Anthropology, in China. The event brought a group of international and Chinese scholars together to discuss 'Re-thinking Shamanism Theory’. The event,…
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Dr. Robert J. Wallis chaired a session at the ‘Art, Materiality and Representation’ Conference of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1-3 June. The conference was hosted by the Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas of the British…
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Louise Byrne, Assistant Professor of International Journalism, has been working on the five-part BBC Radio 4 series How Syria Change the World. The series asks if the Syrian conflict means that the idea of liberal interventionism is dead. It…
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