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Rome symposium involving leading academics to be hosted by Richmond and AIFS

May 25, 2018/by Alastair Wells

‘State engagement – assessing capacity’ A seminar on Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA)

May 22, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska
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Dress for Success: Richmond History Alum publishes in Canada’s Globe and Mail on Fashion and Power

May 22, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Professor Alex Seago to speak at Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon on Wednesday 23rd May

May 21, 2018/by Alastair Wells

Dr Christopher Wylde has book long-listed for BISA annual book prize

May 21, 2018/by Alastair Wells

Digital Futures… Adapting to changing educational landscapes

May 18, 2018/by Alastair Wells

Guyana national football team beckons Richmond student

May 16, 2018/by Alastair Wells

Richmond, the University with royal connections, prepares to welcome couple to Kensington after royal wedding

May 15, 2018/by Alastair Wells

London is the top city to study in the World

May 10, 2018/by Alastair Wells
Professor Simon Goldsworthy

Professor Simon Goldsworthy chaired a Public Policy Exchange symposium on 2 May 2018

May 3, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Stephen Basdeo to give talk on Robin Hood at the Royal Armouries

May 2, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Professor of International Politics to host programme of discussion and films in NYC

April 30, 2018/by Alastair Wells

Dr. Robert J. Wallis introductory essay published in new artist monograph, ‘Galdrastafabók’, by Jesse Bransford

April 30, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Student led RU Magazine publishes first Spring 2018 issue

April 27, 2018/by Alastair Wells

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

April 25, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

IVAC Working in the Art World Exchange

April 23, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Project Management in Action

April 23, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Positive Women – Heartache, hope and living with HIV

April 17, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

So you want to work in Theatre and Performance?

April 16, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Eunice Goes presents paper at Political Studies Association Annual Conference in Cardiff

April 9, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Wednesday 6th June 2018 – Undergraduate Open Day

April 9, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska

Stephen Basdeo publishes book on England’s first revolutionary, Wat Tyler

April 3, 2018/by Victoria Olszewska
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Richmond, the American International University in London, has a broad range of expertise across a number of areas, including the liberal arts, international relations, international history, business management, communications, arts and social sciences.

If you would like to get in touch with any of our experts, or find out more, please get in touch with Ceri Schooling in the PR and Communications team, schoolc@richmond.ac.uk.

Liberal Arts

Professor George Zhang

Professor of Chinese; Director, Centre for Modern Languages

Areas of expertise – Chinese language learning and teaching, intercultural communications and cross-cultural business management, language policy, language competence, language standards and assessment, teacher training and professional development.

Politics and International Relations

Dr James D. Boys

Associate Professor of International Political Studies

Areas of expertise – the United States and its place in the world.

Hadi Enayat

Assistant Professor of Politics

Areas of expertise – religion and international relations, the sociology of law and secularism studies.

Dr Eunice Goes

Professor of Politics

Areas of expertise – British party politics, British political thought and Britain’s relationship with Europe.

Dr Michael F. Keating

Professor of International Political Economy

Areas of expertise – global best practices, Neo-liberalism, energy and infrastructure, financial sector reform, knowledge economies and innovation systems, tertiary education, politics in sub-Saharan Africa and East/South-East Asia.

Dr Paul Rekret

Associate Professor of Politics

Areas of expertise – modern and contemporary political theory, sociology of childhood, theories of democracy, global politics of popular culture.

Dr Christopher Wylde

Associate Professor in International Relations

Areas of expertise – global development politics, Latin American development, Argentine political economy, and Brazilian political economy.

International History

Professor Dominic Alessio

Professor of History; Vice President of International Programmes

Areas of expertise – theories of empire (especially South Pacific related), science fiction film, radical right politics

Dr Martin D. Brown

Associate Dean for Research; Associate Professor of International History

Areas of expertise – international history, the Cold War, European diplomatic history, James Bond

Communications, Arts and Social Sciences

Professor Simon Goldsworthy

Professor of Public Relations and Advertising

Areas of expertise – public relations, advertising, journalism, propaganda, celebrity culture, ethics, censorship and political communication

Dr Ira Konstantinou

Professor of Psychology

Areas of expertise – psychology, cognitive processes of memory and awareness, critical thinking

Nicola Mann

Associate Professor of Communications and Visual Cultures

Areas of expertise – visual culture, popular culture, urban regeneration, cultural studies, the social value of the arts, museum education

Dr Sue Pell

Assistant Professor of Communications

Areas of expertise – activist archives, DIY archives, social housing activism, anti-gentrification campaigns, urban social movements, social movement communication, public sphere and democracy

Dr Robert J. Wallis

Professor of Visual Culture; Associate Dean; Convenor of the MA in Art History and Visual Culture; School of Communications, Arts and Social Sciences and Director of the Research Centre for International Visual Arts and Cultures

Areas of expertise – the archaeology and anthropology of art and religion, with a focus on rock art, shamanism, neo-shamanism; Britain in the prehistoric, Anglo-Saxon and Viking periods; the archaeology of falconry

Business Management

Dr Ivan K. Cohen

Associate Professor of Finance and Economics; Chair of Faculty Senate

Areas of expertise: Monetary / macroeconomics, UK pension funds; health economics and management; Association football (soccer) finance and economics.

Dr. Parviz Dabir-Alai

Professor of Economics; Chair, Wellbeing Research Centre

Areas of expertise – a) Emerging economy issues, particularly with respect to areas of economic reform and also idiosyncratic labour markets; b) Economics of happiness; c) Financing of large scale infrastructure projects within the Caribbean region

Professor Dr. Carola Hieker

Associate Professor of Business and Management; MBA Director

Areas of expertise: organizational behavior, leadership, coaching & mentoring, diversity

Nastaran Nourouzi Richards-Carpenter

Associate Professor of Marketing; Programme Director of MA Luxury Brand Management

Areas of expertise – marketing, psychology and buying behaviour of luxury goods, fashion and luxury brand management

Inma Ramos

Associate Professor in Business, Management and Law

Areas of expertise – international investment banking and international corporate finance law, compliance and regulation, with a particular emphasis on Corporate Governance in Financial Markets

Professor Sabine Spangenberg

Professor of Economics; Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes

Areas of expertise – history of economic thought, welfare economics, public economics