Entries by Victoria Olszewska

NOTES ON BRESSON – A conference Around Robert Bresson

NOTES ON BRESSON A conference Around Robert Bresson 14-15 November 2019   A collaboration between the IVAC Research Centre at Richmond the American International University in London and The London Film School   14th November Une Femme Douce screening 6pm   15th November Conference 10am-5pm Mouchette screening 6:30pm   London Film School 24 Shelton St, […]

Rafal Soborski’s essay published by global-e

Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has just published an essay in global-e journal hosted by the 21st Century Global Dynamics Initiative at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The essay, titled “Challenging Neoliberal Hegemony: Ideology for 21st Century Progressives”, is concerned with contemporary political activism and can be found here.

Coming in September 2019! Launch of Newest Version of Blackboard Learn at Richmond

An exciting digital initiative is set for launch this September across the University.   Say hello to the latest version of Blackboard – Bb Learn Ultra Base Navigation, Blackboard Learn’s modern, intuitive navigation which is being introduced as our upgraded Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Ultra Base Navigation changes the Blackboard portal (without changing the courses that Faculty, staff and students are familiar with) […]

Meet your new Student Government 2019/2020

Having been elected by the student body, a new Student Government team is now in place at Richmond for next academic year. Allison Cole-Stutz, Vice President for Student Affairs at Richmond, said, “We’re delighted to welcome a fantastic team as the new Student Government and would like to thank each of them for taking on […]

How an American liberal arts approach can improve the British higher education system

Richmond Trustee, Dr William G. Durden (also President, International University Alliance and former President of Dickinson College, Pennsylvania , USA) has just had a blog on the liberal arts published by website PIE (Professionals in International Education) News, aimed at the global education industry: In his blog, Dr Durden explores both the US and UK approach to […]

Professor Rafal Soborski chairs an international conference in Poland

Professor Rafal Soborski co-chaired (together with Dr Marcin Galent) the Twelfth Global Studies Conference held on 27-28th of June at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. The conference and the associated Journal of Global Studies have for over a decade provided a premier platform for connecting scholars in the field of globalization studies. Previous editions […]

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Rome brought to life through innovative workshops for Richmond’s MA students

Students on Richmond’s MA International Relations visited the University’s Rome campus for a series of innovative workshops with leading scholars from around the world, from 24 to 28 June. The workshops included International Law and Politics with Professor Edward Cohen, from Westminster College; on Gender and Politics from Dr. Amanda Elbassiouny from Cal Lutheran University; […]

Finding My Confidence at Richmond University in London

By Kalyn Franke Hi! I’m Kalyn, aka www.girlgonelondon.com, and I was a student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Communications when I studied abroad in 2012 at Richmond, The American International University in London. Richmond showed me that I wanted to work and live in London full-time, so now I work with study abroad students […]

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Former student at Richmond makes her poetical debut

Snezhina Gulubova, who graduated from Richmond in spring, 2004, with a BA in International Relations and a minor in Politics, has just had her first collection of poetry published. ‘Time Whispers’ is a collection of 34 contemporary poems embodying a journey across space, time, the human mind and emotions.  Encapsulating themes varying from family, loss […]