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Alumnus Elliott Morsia (PhD English Literature 2017) has published a ground-breaking new study of D. H. Lawrence with Bloomsbury Academic.
The former Head of the School of Business and Management, Professor Jeffrey Unerman, has passed away.
Alumna Sophia Stuart (BA Drama & Theatre Studies, 1991) has released a new novel, Lottie Lyons Rookie Reporter.
Alumnus Nick Sanders (BA History 2001) has released a new novel, The Show.
The global energy sector has been a male dominated industry for many years. However one Royal Holloway alumna, Selma Usiku, is a leader in the field. Find out more.
Pat Crimmin, who died on 4 October 2020 aged 87, was a long serving member of the Department of History at Royal Holloway. Appointed in the 1960s, she retired as a Senior Lecturer in 1998.
Former staff member of the Department of English, Professor Robert Hampson, has released a new e-book of his interview with Robert Vas Dias.
Alumnus Michael Murphy (PhD Politics and International Relations 2018) is publishing a new book in January 2021.
The Big Give Christmas Challenge from 1-8 December offers the unique opportunity to have your donation doubled, with funds going towards supporting students to succeed.
The first in-depth biography of the architect William Henry Crossland by Royal Holloway alumna, Sheila Binns, reveals the story behind one of the unsung greats of Victorian architecture.
Former Chief Executive of English Heritage and Bedford College alumnus, Dr Simon Thurley CBE speaks to us about his remarkable career preserving the country’s heritage.
Have you, or someone you know, gone on to achieve amazing things? Apply to the Study UK Alumni Awards and you could be a 2020-21 award winner!