This is your chance to join Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies, Alex Seago next Tuesday, 23 March, 5.00-6.00pm to discuss, What is this Pop? Considering Pop Art in Cross Cultural Context.
The generic art historical term ‘Pop Art’…
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It’s been a busy couple of days for Richmond faculty and students who have been broadcasting on a number of different radio stations about the US election.
Dr Michael Keating, Professor of International Political Economy has been interviewed…
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Listen out for Dr Michael Keating and Dr Alex Seago on LBC News on Wednesday morning around 9.25am and 10.25am, as well as Dr Michael Keating on BBC Radio 5 Live between 11.30am-12.00pm.
Here’s a clip of Dr Keating being interviewed by…
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