Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has shared details of her research and life as an academic in an interview published recently by Defence Research Network.
Dr Purnell's research builds on…
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Richmond’s ‘Bondologist, Dr Martin D. Brown, is in great demand following the release of the latest James Bond film, ‘No Time to Die’.
Dr Brown, who is Associate Professor of International History at Richmond, has had an article…
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Dr Kandida Purnell, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has just had an article published in a new open access journal, Global Studies Quarterly.
Entitled, Bodies Coming Apart and Bodies Becoming Parts: Widening,…
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Dr Bruce Stanley, Emeritus Professor of International Relations at Richmond, has had an article published by Orient XXI, a media outlet which is dedicated to ‘the East’ from Morocco to Afghanistan.
Entitled, “Boots on the Ground” leave…
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One of Richmond’s newest Masters programmes which is open for applications for January 2022 has been endorsed by a well-known scholar in terrorism.
In a recent tweet, Mia Bloom, a Canadian-born academic, author, and Professor of Communication…
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Great news! The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) - the world’s oldest and the UK’s leading defence and security think tank - has confirmed that they will provide places for interns from the new MA Terrorism, Security and Radical Right…
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An article has just been published online in two French media by Bruce Stanley, Professor Emeritus of International Relations at Richmond.
Entitled US Military Destabilised by Climate Change in the Middle East, Professor Stanley’s article…
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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…
Richmond’s new MA Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism has just been featured by Culturall, a digital journal interested in culture and the arts and how they can influence and improve business and public policy.
You can explore…
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‘The perils of studying far-right extremism must be surmounted’
To support the launch of our new MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism, a blog has been posted recently by Times Higher Education written by Dr William Allchorn,…
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