Serena Katt’s graphic novel ‘Sunday’s Child’ adjudged Best graphic Novel of the Month

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Assistant Professor Serena Katt’s graphic novel ‘Sunday’s Child’ was adjudged Best graphic Novel of the Month in this Sunday’s Observer. Serena Katt's grandfather, whom she knew as Opa, was a 'Sunday's Child', one of the lucky ones…

'Mind the Gaps' conference - Tuesday 14th May • 9am - 5pm

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You are warmly invited to ‘Mind the Gaps’, this year’s conference of the Centre for Learning and Teaching, on Tuesday 14th May from 9-5 in the Café at Briggs House in Kensington. Attendance is free, and includes lunch and coffee,…

WOMEN: ART: WORK student zine launch

IVAC is delighted to have sponsored the launch of the magazine WOMEN: ART: WORK published by students on the Working in the Art World course, this spring. This cutting-edge magazine, launched at a lively reception on 17 April, focuses on…
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MA Art History Alumna Published in 'Encountering Difference'

Laura Elizabeth Shea has a chapter entitled 'Deep South: Intersections of race, gender and travel in Sally Mann’s landscape photographs' in the edited volume 'Encountering Difference: New Perspectives on Gender, Travel and Genre', edited by…

Richmond alumni unveils new book

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Chanel Cleeton, who gained a BA in International Relations from Richmond, The American International University in London, has just had her latest book published. When We Left Cuba is set in 1960s Florida, and tells the story of a young…

Teaching Tech to Gen Z conference at the German School, London

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Interested in exploring Generation Z? Then join a conference which is organised by students of the German School of London, together with social enterprise Professors Without Borders, Richmond, The American International University in London…

Join the PRCA 50th Anniversary Fellows’ Debate at Kensington campus

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A PRCA debate is being held in conjunction with Richmond, The American International University of London’s Centre for the Study of Persuasive Industries, on Thursday 23 May at 6pm at 17 Young Street, on the Kensington campus of the University…

Dr Eunice Goes presents paper on multi-level governance at the Political Studies Association’s Annual Conference

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Associate Professor of Politics at Richmond, Dr Eunice Goes, recently presented a paper entitled, Turning the Page on Austerity? The Role of Consensus-Building Statecraft in Multi-Level Governance at the annual conference of the Political…

Professor James D. Boys appears on CNN to talk about Trump's Immigration policies

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Dr James D Boys, Associate Professor of International Political Studies at Richmond, appeared in a live interview on CNN, the US cable and satellite television channel, on Saturday 13 April to discuss immigration policy and the latest developments…