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Equality, diversity and inclusion?

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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)…

Richmond Professor looks one year ahead to a world post-Covid-19

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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…

We’re looking forward to celebrating Inauguration Day 2021

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Richmond, The American International University in London is the only University in London that offers BA American Studies – find out more.

Richmond Professor Takes to the Airwaves with the BBC

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Dr Eunice Goes, Professor of Politics at Richmond, was a panellist in the latest edition of the programme ‘Dateline London’, which is shown on BBC News and the BBC World Service. Together with writer and broadcaster (and former TIME magazine's…

Empowering Youth for a Peaceful, Prosperous and Sustainable Future in Kosovo

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A new programme of events has been announced by a charity which is supported by Richmond, Professors Without Borders, for their digital platform, PROWIBO Online. Encompassing the themes of Social Entrepreneurship, Communication and Leadership…

Building Resilience in Times of Change

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Caroline Varin, CEO of a charity which is supported by Richmond, Professors Without Borders, recently hosted a conversation with Dr Carola Hieker and her students at Richmond, entitled, ‘Building Resilience in Times of Change’.  Dr Hieker,…

Talk on Decolonising Political Theory next Monday

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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. In…

American expat reveals six things that make the UK better than the US

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An American man who lives in the UK has delighted fans by sharing reasons he prefers living in Wolverhampton to Miami - including Gregg's Yum Yums and Ribena. Nick Alexander, who goes by Mr Miami on TikTok, is originally from Florida but…

Join the Curator:  A Conversation with Annu Palakunnathu Matthew

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This is your invitation to join a former Summer Visiting Fellow at Richmond, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, a multimedia artist, photographer, and  Professor of  Art at the University of Rhode Island, on an exploration of World War II through…

Richmond hosts US election 2020 webinar

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Examining the Stakes A very successful webinar event was held on Friday, organised by Richmond’s Center for the State, Power and Globilization (SPG). The webinar featured two eminent experts, one of whom is Dr Ronald J Granieri, associate…