Dr Eunice Goes

Dr. Eunice Goes to present on Brexit

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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…
William Durden

Prof. Wolfgang Deckers to present on US-China relations

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At 6pm on Wednesday 15th November in Asa Briggs 216 Prof. Wolfgang Deckers will be presenting at a special SPG event. The title of his paper is: “America First or America Alone? Trump on collision course with China’. This event is open to…

Dr. James D. Boys to give talk on the 2016 Presidential Election

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At 3.30pm this Wednesday  4th October in the Longley Room on Richmond Hill Campus Dr. James Boys will be talking on the 2016 election, in the context of Hillary Clinton’s new book: “What happened”. All are welcome to attend.
Dr Christopher Wylde

Dr. Christopher Wylde to launch new book: Emerging Markets and the State

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At 6pm on Tuesday 28 November in Court Room, Senate House, Malet Street, Dr. Christopher Wylde will be launching his new book Emerging Markets and the State. Registration is required but free (https://ilas.sas.ac.uk/events/event/14536) and all…

Book Launch - Paul Rekret - 'Down With Childhood'

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The Research Centre for International Visual Arts and Cultures (IVAC) is delighted to announce that Dr. Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of Politics, will be launching his new book, ‘Down with Childhood: Pop Music and the Crisis of Innocence’…
Dr Christopher Wylde

Dr. Christopher Wylde publishes a new research monograph

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Dr. Christopher Wylde has published a new book with Springer: "Emerging Markets and the State: Developmentalism in the 21st Century". This book, through an analysis of case studies in Latin America and Southeast Asia, sets out to understand…
Dr Christopher Wylde

Dr. Christopher Wylde presents paper at the SLAS Annual Conference in Glasgow

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On Friday 7th April 2017 Dr. Christopher Wylde presented a paper titled ‘The end of neodesarrollismo? The political economy of Argentina under Mauricio Macri’, as part of a panel: The Cambiemos government in Argentina: Menemismo reloaded,…

English Uprising: Brexit and the Right-Wing Revolt

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Dr Paul Stocker will be presenting at the latest SPG symposium on Wednesday 12th April in Asa Briggs 216 at 6pm. His talk will be examining the relationship between Brexit and the right of English politics.

Paul Rekret publishes new article on contemporary representations of labour and leisure

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Dr Paul Rekret has published a new article entitled “Working Holiday: On Labour and Leisure in Trap” in the latest issue of Cesura//Acceso: A Journal of Music Politics and Poetics. In the article, Rekret argues that the current popularity…
Professor Dominic Alessio

Richmond Professor and students publish new research on the Pacific

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Dom Alessio, Professor History and Dean of International Programmes, has co-published with two Richmond students a new article on Pacific history for the Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies (4.2, 2017, pp,115-136). It is entitled “Spain,…