Entries by Victoria Olszewska

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

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 for whom everything always went right. Opa left a brief account of his childhood and teenage years, but […]

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 the important work of several women in today’s art world. There are interviews with artists […]

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 Gigi Adair and Lenka Filipova. The book is published by Vernon Press this Summer, 2019. Laura Elizabeth Shea graduated form […]

London International Student Film Festival

Thursday, April 11th from 6 to 10 pm at Close-Up Cinema in Shoreditch at 97 Sclater St, London E1 6HR. Discover exciting short films including the Oscar nominated Dekalb Elementary starring Tarra Riggs – best known for her role as Gretchen in The Help. There will be many other great Narrative, Documentary and Animation Shorts, […]

Rafal Soborski to present his research at a conference in San Diego

Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics, will present his paper, titled Ideology and Social Movements of the Left: Reasons for Neglect and Prospects for Revival at a conference co-sponsored by the Mobilization: An International Quarterly and the Hansen Foundation for Peace. The conference will be held at San Diego State University on 10-11 May 2019 and will explore […]

Rafal Soborski publishes a new article

Rafal Soborski has had his article published in Brill’s peer-reviewed journal Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. The article is concerned with prefigurative politics in anti-neoliberal activism and can be found here.

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Design, History & Time: New Temporalities in a Digital Age

Edited by Zoe Hendon and Anne Massey, and published by Bloomsbury, Design, History and Time reflects on the nature of time in relation to design, in both past and contemporary contexts. In contrast to a traditional design historical approach which emphasises schools and movements, this volume addresses time as a continuum and considers the importance […]

Dr Who Materialises at Richmond

Robert Shearman, Who wrote the “Dalek” episode of Dr. Who and remained a contributor, friend and mentor of numerous dr who producers, directors, writers and actors, came to give a talk to Richmond’s British fantasy class last night. Students were informed about the writing and commissioning process, the history of dr who, how the production process […]

Richmond Professor puts the spotlight on digital culture in Poland

An expert in the global politics of digital culture, Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has undertaken some research-related initiatives recently, including two events in Poland. The first of these was a lecture performance at Unsound Festival, an annual music festival that takes place in Krakow, and focuses on evolving forms […]