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Rafal Soborski publishes an article in the journal of the top think tank in Asia

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Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has just had his article entitled, “From the End of History to the Populist Turn and Beyond: Ideology’s Misfortunes in Globalization Theory and Global Activism” published…

Richmond Professor joins forces with former student to re-think religion and empire

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Dr Dominic Alessio, Professor of History at Richmond has teamed up with a former student, Lucas Villegas-Aristizábal to publish an article in the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, entitled, ‘Re-thinking Religion and Empire: Non-State…

Richmond Professor chairs an international conference

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Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, chaired the Thirteenth Global Studies Conference this summer. The special theme was, “Globalization and Social Movements: Familiar Patterns, New Constellations”. The conference…

Is the US an empire?

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Professor Dominic Alessio, Professor of History and Vice President of International Programmes at Richmond, has just had an article published in the European Journal of American Studies with his long-term research colleague, Professor Wesley…

Racist occultism in the UK: two Richmond Professors investigate this ‘new dark magic’

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Dr Dominic Alessio, Professor of History and Dr Robert J Wallis, Professor of Visual Culture at Richmond, have joined forces to co-author a piece for CARR (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right) about racist occultism for Open Democracy,…

Richmond alumni launches book on American political parties in today’s climate

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Former Study Abroad student at Richmond, Christin Nichole, has been undertaking a publicity tour to promote her new book,  ‘American Presidential Parties: Their Relevance to People of African Descent’.  The campaign has included an interview…

‘Coronacrisis’ blog post published by Richmond Professor

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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…

Are the women of Cuba facing another feminised Special Period?

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Dr Daliany Kersh, Assistant Professor in International History and International Relations and Programme Leader in American Studies at Richmond, has recently had a blog published by LSE on the women of Cuba. The blog, entitled, ‘Are the…

Why do so many academics struggle to understand the politics of modern Britain? 

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Richmond Professor Simon Goldsworthy has had a blog published by HEPI (Higher Education Policy Institute), an independent think tank devoted to higher education, entitled, Why do so many academics struggle to understand the politics of modern…

Join highly distinguished speakers for conference on Latin America

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If you’re free on Friday 6th December, 10am to 6pm, you can join an illustrious set of academic speakers for a conference on Challenges for Latin America in the Age of Globalisation in the Senior Common Room, St Mary’s University, Twickenham. The…