It’s been a busy time recently for members of the Richmond student society, The Green Project, which aims to improve the local community environment through hands-on volunteer work.
The first river clean-up of Spring 2019 was held recently…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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Richmond is proud to announce that the Psychology Department at the University and the Richmond Psychology Association have established the first UK-based official chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, which aims…
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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, is participating this week in the launch of a new book, ‘Digital Objects, Digital Subjects’ which includes a chapter by Dr Rekret.
The new open access book asks…
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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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