International Politics Professor at Richmond has book on renowned philosophers republished

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A book authored by Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, Derrida and Foucault, has just been republished as a paperback. Derrida and Foucaultoffers a major contribution to the interpretation of these…

Richmond’s Great British Baking Society joins forces with The Green Project for cakes and cleaning

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It’s been a busy time recently for members of the Richmond student society, The Green Project, which aims to improve the local community environment through hands-on volunteer work. The first river clean-up of Spring 2019 was held recently…

Rafal Soborski to present his research at a conference in San Diego

Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics, will present his paper, titled Ideology and Social Movements of the Left: Reasons for Neglect and Prospects for Revival at a conference co-sponsored by the Mobilization: An International…

Psi Chi induction ceremony

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An induction ceremony was held recently at the Kensington campus to officially announce Richmond’s membership of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology. This is a joint initiative involving Richmond faculty and students…

Professor of International Politics at Richmond to speak at Tate Liverpool. The “chill” aesthetic: music streaming as a cultural form

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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, will be speaking at Tate Liverpool on Saturday 9 February at an event entitled, Alien Sound, Ambient Music and the Limits of the Human. Dr Rekret’s lecture, ‘Melodies…

Join us at ‘The Great Escape’: The Discursive Construction of Brexit and Global Britain

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Richmond’s Research Centre, State, Power and Globalisation, would like to invite everyone to attend a public lecture which is being held on Brexit on Wednesday 20 March at the Kensington campus. The guest lecturer, Dr Oliver Daddow (associate…

Richmond students take part in tour exploring Black London History

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As part of Richmond’s new Black London History class HST 5445 which examines the history of the African Diaspora in London over the last 400 years, Professor Kersh organised a social history walking tour around Clapham Common. The tour explained…