Professor Eleonora Diamanti (Richmond in Rome) will present her ethnographic film, “Guardians of the Night”, at the Urban Audio-visual Festival, Lisbon, 28-30 June.
The film is an Official Selection in the Shorts Film Category. “Guardians…
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Dr James D. Boys, Professor of International Political Studies at Richmond, was interviewed by international broadcast channel CNN on Saturday 25 May about the US President’s visit to Japan:
WATCH THE INTERVIEW ON TWITTER
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A major conference on radical right extremism was held recently at Richmond, having been organised by the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) and attended by over 100 academics and experts (including police forces) in radical…
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By Raghad Tmumen
South Kensington and High Street Kensington is basically the hub for all of us Richmond students. Some of us go to the museums quite frequently as we take courses on the High Street campus.
Though, have you ever wondered…
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Two final year students at Richmond doing BA Film Studies attended an induction session recently at Eg+, a global marketing and production company which is part of Omnicom.
Rose Evelyn and Kaan Cakanisik were invited to Eg+ by Jocelyn Silburne,…
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Then SAVE this date - Thursday 6 June - to participate in Richmond Business School’s Wellbeing Research Centre event
This is your chance to join a small group of talented academics, entrepreneurs and practitioners to explore whether successful…
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Richmond Associate Professor Richard Bevan will be presenting two new film installations within a solo exhibition at Cairn Gallery, Pittenweem, near St Andrews in Scotland.
The exhibition, which will run from 16th June to 4th August with…
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Positive Women: Heartache, Hope & Living with HIV
A short film documentary which puts a spotlight on the lives of six women in Kampala slums, made by Anne Lotter, Adjunct Professor at Richmond Business School, together with filmmaker…
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