State engagement – assessing capacity: a seminar on problem driven iterative adaptation (PDIA)

The Wellbeing Research Centre is organising a half-day seminar on the topic of state engagement and the assessment of capacity using the PDIA approach for Thursday May 17th, 2018 on the University’s Kensington campus.* Registration is from…

The Research Centre for International Visual Arts and Cultures and the Art Exhibition Society are delighted to announce: ‘Working in the Art World’

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A workshop exploring the knowledge, skills and experience required to work in today's fast-paced international art world. The professional exchange and networking workshop brings together alumni from the MA in Art History and Visual Culture,…

Paul Rekret publishes essay on anti-Vietnam war movements and soul music

Paul Rekret has just published a new essay examining the role of soul music in anti-Vietnam war movements. Written for a collection of works on the occasion of the re-release of Bobby Wright’s (now Abu Talib) folk-soul masterpiece Blood of…

Friday 2nd February 2018 – Undergraduate Open Day

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Bloomberg Alumni Lecture

The Society of Mathematics @ Richmond Today (sm@RT) in collaboration with the Economics an Investment Banking Forum Club presents Bloomberg Alumni Lecture. Let's welcome Jimmy Enhammer, a current analyst at Bloomberg, as he presents "What they…
Dr Eunice Goes

Dr. Eunice Goes to present on Brexit

At 4pm on Thursday 23rd November in the Theatre at Richmond Hill Campus The Centre for the Study of the State, Power, and Globalisation will be hosting Dr. Eunice Goes, who will be presenting on ‘Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the EU…
Professor Alex Seago

Publication & Launch of Pop Art & Design edited by Anne Massey & Alex Seago

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 This book offers the first in-depth analysis of the relationship between art and design, which led to the creation of 'pop'. Challenging accepted boundaries and definitions seeking out various commonalities and points of connection between…

Trump’s Tweets: talk by Tom Roberts in Kensington, 6pm 21 November

Dr Tom Roberts, co-author of How Trump Thinks: His Tweets and the Birth of a New Political Language (Head of Zeus 2017 – copy in the library) will be talking about Trump’s tweets on Tuesday 21 November in Asa Briggs Room 216, Kensington…