‘Coronacrisis’ blog post published by Richmond Professor

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Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has recently had a blog post published on website The Disorder of Things.com, a group blog devoted to the critical inquiry of global politics, written by academics…

Exceptional achievements of Richmond’s undergraduate students recognised at virtual Honours Night awards ceremony

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Richmond’s annual awards ceremony, Honours Night, was held recently as a virtual event to recognise and celebrate outstanding student achievements at the University both in the classroom and through the University’s clubs and societies. From…

New partnership announced to secure Richmond's future

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Richmond, The American International University in London has finalised a strategic partnership with China Education Group Holdings Limited (CEG) to secure the long-term future of the University. This new partnership with CEG will allow Richmond…

IVAC Research Centre Lectures and Events Spring 2020

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Please find below a list of events brought to you by The Centre for International Visual Arts and Cultures (IVAC) Curating Ethnographic and Contemporary African Art at the British Museum Dr. Chris Spring, Former Curator of African Galleries…

History of falconry in Anglo-Saxon England revealed by Richmond Professor in The Times

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Dr Robert J Wallis, Professor of Visual Culture at Richmond, has been featured this week in an article published by The Times, explaining how falconry was practised in Anglo-Saxon England hundreds of years earlier than previously thought. The…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice & Guidance Portal

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The University has created a dedicated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice & Guidance portal so that students, parents, staff and faculty can find regularly updated information relating to Coronavirus. You can find information on the status…

Dr. Robert J. Wallis delivers lecture at Suffolk Institute for Archaeology and History, 11 January 2020

‘As the Falcon her Bells’ at Sutton Hoo? Falconry in Early Anglo-Saxon England. This lecture re-examines the earliest evidence for falconry in England and proposes that falconry may have been introduced from Scandinavia to the region of…

Updated: Advice for staff and students who may have concerns about Coronavirus

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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…

Immerse yourself in, ‘The land of the rising sun’ this summer

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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…

Are the women of Cuba facing another feminised Special Period?

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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…