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Magna Carta:
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News |

Earth Sciences and English at Royal Holloway among the world's best

Earth Sciences and English at Royal Holloway among the world's best

Description
The Department of Earth Sciences and the Department of English have today (Wednesday 29 April) been named among the world's top 100 departments working in these fields in the 2015 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Date:
29/04/2015
Professor Pankaj Sharma named UK's top British Asian doctor

Professor Pankaj Sharma named UK's top British Asian doctor

Description
Pankaj Sharma, Professor of Neurology at Royal Holloway, University of London, was named the country's top Asian medical doctor at the British Indian Awards 2015 held last week.
Date:
27/04/2015
Twitter buzz as Royal Holloway's role in the new Avengers film is revealed

Twitter buzz as Royal Holloway's role in the new Avengers film is revealed

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Audiences watching the newly released film Avengers: Age of Ultron may recognise the Founder's Building at Royal Holloway, University of London which is featured in one of the scenes.
Date:
24/04/2015
Athena SWAN awards for biological sciences and geography

Athena SWAN awards for biological sciences and geography

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The latest two Athena Swan awards for commitment to diversity and equality in the Faculty of Science at Royal Holloway brings our total to six.
Date:
24/04/2015

Events|

Food, waste and austerity: interrogating 21st century practices

Food, waste and austerity: interrogating 21st century practices

Date
07/05/2015
Location:
Moore Building Lecture Theatre
Description
In recent years austerity measures and their impact have thrown issues such as employment, housing, and food into the spotlight. In particular, the emergence of food banks and soup kitchens, and the reliance upon them of increasing numbers of people from many different walks of life has often captured news headlines. This, in light of the increasingly wasteful food industries, is a phenomenon of current times that cannot be ignored. This event seeks to address the issues at stake when it comes to food and austerity. For further information please click on the link above.
World museums: geographies and genealogies (HARC)

World museums: geographies and genealogies (HARC)

Date
19/05/2015
Description
Event discussing the world museum today.

"He does it with a better grace, but I do it more natural": Shakespeare translation across the atlantic today

Date
21/05/2015
Location:
Moore Lecture Theatre
Description
Professor Modenessi will discuss his translation of Shakespeare's The First Part of King Henry IV, which was staged by Mexico's National Theatre Company both in Mexico City and at Shakespeare's Globe in London during the "Globe to Globe" Festival of 2012. Fof further information please click on the link above.
Magna Carta and the loss of liberties in Victorian art

Magna Carta and the loss of liberties in Victorian art

Date
01 - 19/06/2015
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
A unique exhibition of some of our most dramatic paintings, giving a fascinating insight into how the Victorians used art to campaign for freedom and liberty.

 
 
 

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