Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has just had an article published by Policy Press's 'Emotions and Society' journal.
Entitled, 'Out of touch, out of tune: the social-political construction of…
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“By peace we mean the capacity to transform conflicts with empathy, without violence, and creatively - a never-ending process.”— Johan Galtung
Peace means many different things to different people. Find out what it means to Richmond’s…
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Are you free on Wednesday 14 April from 4.00-5.30pm (BST)? Then join Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, for the launch of her new book, 'Rethinking the Body in Global Politics: Bodies, Body Politics,…
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A highly topical article has just been published on Boris Johnson’s COVID-19 experience written by Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond.
Entitled ‘Fit for Purpose? Prime Minister Johnson’s Two…
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Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, will be joining an illustrious panel of speakers at a British International Studies Association (BISA) eventin October which is free to anyone interested in attending.
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Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has recently had a blog post published on website The Disorder of Things.com, a group blog devoted to the critical inquiry of global politics, written by academics…
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