Update 26 February 2020
In advance of the reading week next week please see the UK government's latest advice on the Coronavirus
Please note that in addition to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam and other areas previously identified by…
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If you have always wanted to experience Japanese culture and society first-hand, here is your chance to explore the country with an exclusive, once in a lifetime study trip.
This credit bearing summer travel course, taught by Richmond’s…
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Dr Daliany Kersh, Assistant Professor in International History and International Relations and Programme Leader in American Studies at Richmond, has recently had a blog published by LSE on the women of Cuba.
The blog, entitled, ‘Are the…
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Dr Nicola Mann, Professor of Communications and Visual Cultures at Richmond, recently had an influential report published for the American Studies Program of the Salzburg Global Seminar.
The Changing Role of the Media in American Life and…
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If you’d like to explore some of Richmond’s social history, why not visit an exciting new exhibition, ‘Queen’s Road: 500 Years of History’ which has recently opened at the Museum of Richmond (Second Floor, Old Town Hall, Whittaker…
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TEDxRAIUL is proud to announce our second event, taking place at 11:30am on Friday, March 13th, featuring talks from a body-positive model, Lady MC from Young Urban Arts, and other special guests.
TEDxRAIUL 2020; Hiatus, aims to better understand…
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Students on Richmond’s MBA programme were given an expert’s insight this week into Strategic Management courtesy of guest speaker Bruno R. Cignacco, author of, ‘The Art of Compassionate Business’.
A university lecturer for both undergraduate…
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Leeds-based Richmond International Academic and Soccer Academy (RIASA) is paying tribute to a young footballer who was tragically killed last week.
Matlock Town player Jordan Sinnott was attacked during a night out in Retford, Nottinghamshire,…
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