Dom Alessio, Professor of History and Vice President of International Programmes, has just published with his long-term academic partner, Professor Wes Renfro (Associate Dean of Social Sciences at Quinnipiac University in the USA), a new work…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/empires-corporations-and-the-second-scramble-for-africa-promo.jpg10801080Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2021-11-04 11:00:032021-11-03 15:26:17Empires, Corporations and the Second Scramble for Africa
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…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/people-protesting-streets-flare-dusk-2-web.jpg12801920Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2021-06-23 17:00:202021-06-23 15:52:37A study in terror: Richmond’s new MA explored by Culturall
A collaboration between Professor Dom Alessio and several Richmond International History and Film students (Yaffa Caswell, Charlie Klucker, Yeats McDonald, and Emma Nourry) has resulted in an article which has just been published.
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ares-story-promo.jpg10801080Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2020-11-24 17:00:162021-04-19 17:18:33Collaboration between Richmond Professor and students sees article published
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…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/dom-alessio.jpg800573Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2020-08-13 09:09:072021-04-19 17:27:03Richmond Professor joins forces with former student to re-think religion and empire
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…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/us-empire-news-story-promo.jpg10801080Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2020-07-28 12:20:272021-04-19 17:28:04Is the US an empire?
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,…
https://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/robert-dom.jpg10801080Alastair Wellshttps://www.richmond.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/union-stripes-logo-2022-bound-full-50th.svgAlastair Wells2020-07-27 16:29:312021-04-19 17:28:29Racist occultism in the UK: two Richmond Professors investigate this ‘new dark magic’
The world of fantasy was explored in a highly successful one day symposium which was held last week by Richmond in a joint initiative with the University of Northampton. This was the eighth annual Richmond-Northampton fantasy conference in which…
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