Richmond Professor explores interpretations of female Cuban workers

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Dr Daliany Jerónimo Kersh, funded by Richmond, The American International University in London, presented her paper on individual and collective interpretations of female Cuban workers at the 44th annual Caribbean Studies Association held in…

Richmond extends range of options for students with new Digital Studies Minor

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One of our most frequently mentioned selling points at Richmond is the range of subsidiary subjects on offer for undergraduates through our minors, based on the US educational system.  From the Fall, a new subject will be joining them, with…

Enrich your studies and go international

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A new report from Universities UK has shown that students who go abroad are more likely to have better outcomes in both academic and employment measures. Gone International: Rising Aspirations compares the academic and employment outcomes…

Beneath the opulent surface

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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has just had a new article published in the Journal for Popular Music Studies. The review essay by Dr Rekret, entitled Beneath the Opulent Surface: Adorno and Popular…

Eunice Goes presents paper on the Limits of Social Democracy at international conference in Genoa

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Professor of Politics at Richmond, Dr Eunice Goes presented the paper ‘Portuguese Left Tests the Limits of Social Democracy’ at a conference entitled, ‘The Crisis of European Social Democracy: Causes and Consequences in an Age of Political…

Summer School students gain insight from British MP in Houses of Parliament

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Richmond International Summer School students were delighted to attend a masterclass session at the Houses of Parliament with MP Jon Cruddas, a Labour Party politician who has served as a Member of Parliament since 2001, first for Dagenham…

‘Mind the Gaps’ conference sparks interesting debate

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The Briggs Hall Café at the University’s Kensington campus was host to this year’s annual conference of the Centre for Learning & Teaching, which was held recently. With a theme of, ‘Mind the Gaps: Post-Disciplinary Theory &…

Richmond and AIFS students quizzed on BBC London News

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With the US President’s visit to the UK dominating the headlines this week, not just in the UK but throughout the world, Richmond and AIFS students have helped shape the news headlines with their appearance on BBC London. In addition to…

China beckons Richmond Professor for workshops and lecture tour

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Richard Bevan, Associate Professor of Art, Design and Media at Richmond, recently visited China to deliver a series of workshops and lectures to students interested in studying in the UK.  During a busy week, he visited the cities Zhengzhou,…

Richmond takes part in charity fundraising Open Gardens event

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The beautiful grounds at the Richmond campus were on full display yesterday, Sunday 2 June, as part of the Richmond Hill Open Gardens event. This community event seeks to involve as many people as possible for the benefit of two very worthwhile…