Entries by Alastair Wells

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Richmond extends portfolio of Masters programmes with two new MBA specialisations

Offering wealth of opportunities for postgraduate study Richmond Business School is going from strength to strength with the news that in addition  to the general MBA, two new MBA specialisations have been validated, MBA: Human Resource Management and MBA: Marketing, both of which will be joining the portfolio of postgraduate programmes from September this year. […]

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Exciting line up of speakers announced for Richmond’s first TEDx event. Join the event live from 2pm GMT

Exciting line up of speakers announced for Richmond’s first TEDx event Join them through Facebook / Instagram live streaming as they explore Re-evolution – how to stay connected in fast-paced world Two of Richmond’s students and a Richmond alumnus will be joining an eminent panel of speakers as Richmond hosts its inaugural TEDx event in central […]

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Emirati TV spotted filming at Richmond campus

For anyone who has spotted a film crew around the Richmond campus, look out for some Richmond student film stars in the making, as they are being featured in the filming. It’s all in aid of a new television series called PO Box which is being led by one of our alumni, Amina Zouitane, who […]

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International Politics Professor at Richmond has book on renowned philosophers republished

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 two highly influential thinkers. By tracing the moments where Derrida and Foucault’s arguments converge but also where they deviate, this book fundamentally […]

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Psi Chi induction ceremony

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 from the Psychology Department and the Richmond Psychology Association, who have established the first UK-based official chapter of Psi Chi, the […]

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

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 Wander Around as Ghosts on Playlist Ambience’, will explore music streaming as a cultural form, looking at […]

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

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 Professor at the University of Nottingham and affiliate researcher at the Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge), is highly renowned […]

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Richmond students take part in tour exploring Black London History

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 how, despite being bitterly divided by the campaign to end the slave trade, slave owners, abolitionists, and African […]

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Founder of Professors Without Borders, Tessy de Nassau, undertakes crowdfunding campaign for 2019 summer programme

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 organisation which, by providing university lecturers and professors, aims to make first class education available for students in developing countries without […]