Faces of the Radical Right: from Nazi Occultism and UK Racist Heathenism to Street Movements
It’s inescapable. Radical right extremism is dominating headlines around the world.
From the far right shifting France’s political centre…
This is your opportunity to join researcher and International Development professional Angela Haynes on Wednesday 7 April at 4pm, for a presentation on healthcare volunteering in Africa, organised by The State, Power and Globalisation (SPG)…
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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 year ago, newspaper front pages were covering the first known death in the UK from Covid-19. One year later, Dr Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of Politics at Richmond, has been interviewed for an article by news website South West Londoner…
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If you’re interested in political theory, why not join Richmond’s Centre for the Study of the State, Power & Globalisation at 4pm on Monday 30 November for a discussion of the Decolonisation of Political Theory, with Simon Choat.
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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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Dr. Paul Rekret, Associate Professor of Politics, has just published a new essay titled "Affect & Politics: A Critical Assessment" in the book Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Paul Reilly, Anastasia Veneti and…
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