Tessy de Nassau, Richmond alumni and founder of social enterprise Professors Without Borders has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £12,000 in aid of the organisation’s summer school programmes.
Professors Without Borders is an…
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Richmond is proud to announce that the Psychology Department at the University and the Richmond Psychology Association have established the first UK-based official chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, which aims…
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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, is participating this week in the launch of a new book, ‘Digital Objects, Digital Subjects’ which includes a chapter by Dr Rekret.
The new open access book asks…
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Rafal Soborski has had his article published in Brill's peer-reviewed journal Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. The article is concerned with prefigurative politics in anti-neoliberal activism and can be found here.
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Richmond University students have published the next issue of fashion and lifestyle magazine “RU”. The new release has features written by Richmond students for Richmond students including fashion trends & advice, living in cosmopolitan London and…
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The University is pleased to announce today 25 full or partial scholarships for postgraduates, providing additional support for international students.
The Sir Cyril Taylor International Postgraduate Scholarships will be available to cover…
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Dr. Robert J. Wallis has an article in the latest issue of the open access journal 'Religions'. The paper is entitled 'Art and Shamanism: from Cave Painting to the White Cube' and is available to download for free. The special issue, 'Explorations…
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Edited by Zoe Hendon and Anne Massey, and published by Bloomsbury, Design, History and Time reflects on the nature of time in relation to design, in both past and contemporary contexts. In contrast to a traditional design historical approach…
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Richmond Professor and student to present joint research initiative, ‘Policing the Arab Carceral City’, Wednesday 23 January, 6pm, Kensington campus
The results of an innovative research collaboration by Richmond Professor Bruce Stanley…
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We’re delighted to say a new facility will be added to Richmond Business School this year.
Located in Kensington High Street, in the heart of London, the newly refurbished building will include a great space for students and faculty alike,…
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