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PhD success for Vera Whegmann

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The School of Politics and International Relations are delighted to report that Vera Whegmann has successfully defended her PhD thesis.
Date:
20 September 2017

AECPA 2017 Award for Fernando Casal Bertoa

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Fernando Casal Bertoa has been awarded the 2017 Spanish Political Science Association Award for Best Article.?
Date:
20 September 2017

Reporting on education in post-earthquake Nepal

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Cameron Inwood, BA History and Politics student, recently spent three weeks in Nepal as part of his placement with the Rosie May Foundation.
Date:
15 September 2017

Major developments for Politics Placement module

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Substantial updates have been made to the Politics Placement module for students starting their third or fourth year this September.
Date:
14 September 2017

India at 70

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On Thursday 21 September The Institute for Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS) will present a one day symposium to reflect on 70 years of Indian independence.
Date:
31 August 2017

PhD student Freddie Stephenson reports on fieldwork in Asia

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PhD student Freddie Stephenson reports on his fieldwork In Hong Kong and China, partly funded by the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies
Date:
24 August 2017

Research Fellowships for 2017/18

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Our Anne McLaren and Nottingham Research Fellowship schemes will produce the next generation of outstanding research leaders.
Date:
15 August 2017

Gulshan Khan awarded £92,607 by the British Academy for a Mid-Career Fellowship

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Gulshan Khan, Lecturer, been awarded £92,607 by the British Academy for a Mid-Career Fellowship.
Date:
04 August 2017

Kevin Bales awarded £68,000 by the ESRC to investigate modern slavery

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Kevin Bales, Professor of Contemporary Slavery, has been awarded £68,000 by the ESRC to investigate Modern Slavery: Meaning and Measurement.
Date:
04 August 2017

Kevin Bales awarded over £250k from AHRC for The Anti-Slavery Past

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Kevin Bales, Professor of Contemporary Slavery, has been awarded over £250k from AHRC for The Anti-Slavery Past.
Date:
04 August 2017
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