FASS professor to receive top international research award

FASS professor to receive top international research award

2 February 2018

Professor Sylvia Walby (Sociology) is one of eight top international humanities and social scientists awarded 250,000 euros for research cooperation in Germany.

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What’s the Greatest Threat to Poland?

What’s the Greatest Threat to Poland?

31 January 2018

Dr Agata Fijalkowski (Law School) was interviewed on the BBC World Service programme The Inquiry about judicial independence in Poland

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Fletcher Jones Distinguished Fellowship awarded to History Professor

Fletcher Jones Distinguished Fellowship awarded to History Professor

30 January 2018

Professor Naomi Tadmor (History) has been awarded the Fletcher Jones Distinguished Fellowship at the Huntington Library for 2018/19. This prestigious Fellowship is offered each year to a specialist in British and or English History or Literature.

FASS Professor interviewed on Today programme

FASS Professor interviewed on Today programme

29 January 2018

Professor Corinne May-Chahal (Sociology) was interviewed live on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on 22nd January discussing research into victims of online child sexual abuse, commissioned by IICSA, which coincided with the first day of the public hearing into online child sexual abuse.

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Frankenstein lives!

Frankenstein lives!

22 January 2018

Professor Sharon Ruston (English and Creative Writing) was interviewed for BBC Radio 4 on 13th January, discussing Frankenstein

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LICA student tries her hand at Sky TV portrait competition

LICA student tries her hand at Sky TV portrait competition

16 January 2018

Bethany Lee, a second year Fine Art and Creative Writing student, was thrilled to take part in the first heat of Sky Portrait Artist of the Year which was shown on Tuesday 16th January at 8pm

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