Dr. Chris Spring, Former Curator of African Galleries at the British Museum
Briggs 212, 4:30pm, 25 February
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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.
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‘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…
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Dr Nicola Mann, Professor of Communications and Visual Cultures at Richmond, recently had an influential report published for the American Studies Program of the Salzburg Global Seminar.
The Changing Role of the Media in American Life and…
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Richard Bevan and Richmond colleagues teaching the Advanced Digital Video, Animation & Motion and Documentary Theory & Production courses arranged a screening of students' work at HQI in The Rotunda, a former BBC facility, in White City, W12.
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The world of fantasy was explored in a highly successful one day symposium which was held last week by Richmond in a joint initiative with the University of Northampton. This was the eighth annual Richmond-Northampton fantasy conference in which…
Richmond Business School’s MBA and MA Luxury Brand Management students were recently treated to a luxury themed guest speaker event by an expert in sophisticated ocean travel, Captain Simon Love.
Master of two Cunard luxury cruise ships,…
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The faculty at Richmond Business School were delighted to welcome recently three high profile NGO leaders who spoke at an inspiring workshop for Richmond students, entitled, ‘Leading an NGO’.
The guest speakers included Dejan Markovic,…
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