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Founded in 2020 with funding from the British Academy, the Gender Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London looks to become a hub for study, teaching, learning, and activism about gender.
The Department of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy is delighted to welcome our new Professor of Politics and Gender, Sarah Childs.
Dr Ursula Hackett launches new website and YouTube channel, "How to Write Brilliant Essays".
Article IV Scanner launched, an online search tool enabling customised searches of International Monetary Fund (IMF) surveillance documents
Voters struggling to make ends meet on low incomes are ‘up for grabs’ like never before and are set to have a bigger influence on who ends up winning the next General Election.
Lending conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) undermine “state capacity” in developing nations, Dr Thomas Stubbs finds.
Dr. Tom Dyson’s new article, ‘The military as a learning organisation: establishing the fundamentals of best-practice in lessons learned’ published in Defence Studies.
Prof. Chris Hanretty, Head of the School of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy, has won a Philip Leverhulme Prize.
This course will bridge our first year general provision and our third year courses on the politics of Africa, the Middle East, China, South Asia, and Latin America.
International attendees discussed elections and voting behaviour in a British and international context.