Stephen Basdeo publishes new book on Highwaymen, Rogues and Murderers

Stephen Basdeo has recently published a new book entitled The Lives and Exploits of the Most Noted Highwaymen, Rogues, and Murderers (2018). As its title suggests, the book is a compendium of short biographies of the most notorious criminals…

‘It’s a material world’ for Richmond academic taking part in London Design Festival

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Richmond’s Dr Jane Norris, Associate Professor, Creative and Digital Culture, will be taking centre stage at an event being held as part of the London Design Festival on Friday 21 September. The Salon of Material Consequences will be an…

Richmond will be on show as part of Open House London

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Richmond, The American International University in London, is throwing open its doors to the public as part of the Open House London 2018 initiative taking place on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September. Open House London is the world’s largest…

Dr. Robert J. Wallis delivers paper at IFRAO Conference 2018, Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici, Valcomonica, Italy

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The International Federation of Rock Art Organisations (IFRAO) met for their 20th conference at the Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici located in Baorio, Valcomonica, Italy, 29 Aug - 2 Sep 2018. The valley has one of the largest concentrations…

Richmond shortlisted in Times Higher Education Awards

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Richmond, The American International University in London, is delighted to announce that the University has been shortlisted in the prestigious Times Higher Education Awards, in the category of Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development. The…
Professor Sabine Spangenberg

Richmond’s Professor Sabine Spangenberg attended the biennial International Social Ontology Conference held recently in Tufts University, Massachusetts, US

Richmond’s Professor Sabine Spangenberg attended the biennial International Social Ontology Conference held recently in Tufts University, Massachusetts, US. This major conference brought together international leaders studying the nature…

Richmond MBA Director moderating at Professors Without Borders conference

Dr Carola Hieker, MBA Director at Richmond, will be one of the moderators at a conference on higher education being organised by social enterprise Professors Without Borders. The conference, entitled Higher Education for the Age of Transformation,…

Employers perceive broad learning as essential to long-term career success, according to new American study

Employers perceive broad learning as essential to long-term career success, according to new American study Good oral communication seen as top skill for graduates by employers Over 90 per cent of executives and HR managers more likely…

Dr. Paul Rekret has published a new refereed article in the journal Research in Education.

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In the article entitled 'The Posthumanist tabula rasa' Rekret engages critically with the deployment of theories of 'posthumanism' for the study of pedagogy and education.  This article offers an examination of posthumanist epistemology.…

Positively shocking: using James Bond to teach liberal arts - ‘Bondologist’ Martin D. Brown says the complex Bondian universe can be used to teach students about modern international history

Bond is back. Again. News that will elicit a frisson of excitement from some, or a groan of exasperation from others. James Bond, an unlikely hero of Cold War pulp fiction, has become a global brand and cultural icon. Love him or loathe him,…