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Dr. Mohammad R. Kalantari met with the Pope and other religious leaders including the Archbishop of Canterbury and Sheikh of Al-Azhar as part of the 'Faith and Science: Towards COP26' initiative.
Daniela's book "Socioeconomic Justice: International Intervention and Transition in Post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina" was awarded a Honourable mention in the L.H.M. Ling Outstanding First Book Prize.
Nathan Widder will be the project coordinator and mentor for a two-year Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship awarded to Dr Manhua Li to come to the department.
Thomas Stubbs was awarded an ESRC grant of £299,563. The grant will run for two years and includes a postdoc and research assistant who will be based in the department.
Ursula Hackett's tried-and-tested approach for essay success helps students to create brilliant, original, high-scoring essays that are enjoyable to write – and read.
Michelle Bentley has been awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship. The title of the project is “A New Theory of Biological Warfare: Taboo as Policy”.
On 22 March 2021 our MSc students in Media, Power and Public Affairs will take part in a conversation with Sam Freeman from Facebook.
Professor Laura Sjoberg’s Inaugural lecture will take place this coming Tuesday, 2 March.
A Revolution in Military Learning: Uncovering the Potential of Lessons-Learned Processes
Project: The diffusion of development: Extending RCTs with agent-based modelling to understand spillovers of development interventions