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The Centre for Global Politics, Economy and Society (GPES) recently held a book launch featuring a range of new and challenging work from seven members of the inter-disciplinary body.
Dr Stephen Hurt, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, recently attended an event at Westminster where the Africa All Party Parliamentary Group launched its report on post-Brexit trade between UK and Africa.
Dr Duncan Green, a former PhD research student and current Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam, returned to Oxford Brookes to give a talk about his new book How Change Happens ahead of its publication
An annual MA International Relations (all pathways) Fee Waiver Scholarship is available to an international student with suitable academic credentials. This will cover 100% of the tuition fees(£13,620) and is open to international students intending to start their course in September 2016.
Dr Tamsin Barber, senior lecturer in Sociology, has been successful in receiving a grant from the British Academy for her project: Becoming East Asian: Race, Ethnicity and Youth Politics of Belonging in Superdiverse Britain (with Dr.
Diana Yeh, City University, London).
Dr Rico Isaacs, Senior Lecturer for the Department of Social Sciences has been granted part of a €3.81M funding award from the EU’s prestigious 2020 Horizon project.
Panelists reflected on the book’s contribution to global studies and research on the global.
In the third of a series of three seminars on ‘Networks and Society’ organised by Brunel University and the Centre for Global Politics, Economy and Society at Oxford Brookes University, the theme was ‘Data-bases and surveillance’.
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