If you would like to find out more about the dynamic world of VR, join the Digital Research & Innovation Lab on Wednesday 20 November, 12.00-1.20pm, Lycette room, Richmond campus, for a talk by Bushra Burge, on the award winning work done…
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Professor of International Politics at Richmond, Rafal Soborski, recently presented a paper at the workshop, ‘Contemporary Radical Left Parties and Movements in Europe: Organisation, Policies and Ideology’, organised by the Labour Movements…
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Professor of International Politics at Richmond, Dr Rafal Soborski, gave an invited talk entitled, ‘Socialism: No Man Is an Island’, at the American University in Madrid on 24 October.
The talk traced the development of socialist ideology…
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If you’d like to gain some insight and advice from an internationally renowned British photographer, then join Nicholas Sinclair on Tuesday 5 November, 6pm, at the Briggs Café, Kensington campus.
Nicholas, who is a Visiting Professor for…
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Dr Paul Rekret, who teaches political theory in the School of Communications and Social Sciences at the University, has recently had an article published on the politics of experimental music for Frieze: https://frieze.com/article/future-experimental-music-festival
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Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of Politics at Richmond, has just published a new chapter in the Cambridge History of French Thought. This chapter builds on work in his book Derrida and Foucault: Philosophy, Politics, Polemics. Jacques…
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In 2016, filmmaker Bex Devaraj and anthropologist Anne Lotter were given unique access to one of the biggest slums in Kampala, Uganda, where every day is a struggle for survival.
In this intimate film, six courageous women share their stories…
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