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We have a vibrant academic and student body who are often featured in the press. Many of our academics contribute to national and international radio and television shows.

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March 2017

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Dr Yossef Rapaport writes for Open Democracy

Tuesday January 10th

Dr Yossef Rapaport writes for Open Democracy on theTwo States One Homeland project and the UN's Resolution 2334.

The History of Modern Biomedicine present at the British Pharmacological Society

Monday December 12th

Professor Tilli Tansey and Dr Apostolos Zarros present a paper at Pharmacology 2016, the annual meeting of the British Pharmacological Society, on ‘Reflecting on a career in pharmacology: what one can learn from Witness Seminars and pioneers’ interviews’.

Professor Gareth Stedman Jones presents at the University of Delhi

Monday December 12th

Professor Gareth Stedman Jones presents the 10th Annual Indian Economic and Social History Review Lecture 2016: From Post-capitalism to Anti-capitalism: Karl Marx and the Extra-European World at the University of Delhi. The lecture explores the factors that might explain Marx's shift from a post-capitalist to an anti-capitalist position, and his abandonment of the critique of the capitalist mode of production attempted in 'Capital'.

Dr Simon Layton on BBC Radio 4

Thursday December 1st

Dr Simon Layton joined a discussion on the Seriously programme on BBC Radio 4 about the history of tarpaulin from 17th century mariners to today's refugee camps and those living on the periphery of society. The programme looks into statelessness, protest, heroism and transgression.

Professor Gareth Stedman Jones presents at the Cambridge Literary Festival

Tuesday November 29th

Professor Gareth Stedman Jones discussed his acclaimed new book ‘Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion’ at the Cambridge Literary Festival

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