The Centre for Iberian and Latin American Visual Studies celebrates 10 years
CILAVS, now an established hub for research in the UK and overseas, promotes the best research on the history and theory of visual culture in the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds.
Birkbeck graduate named among 100 Most Influential Young Africans
Amr Sobhy, who graduated from Birkbeck’s MSc Public Policy and Management in 2016, is an award winning Egyptian information activist, social entrepreneur, published author and poet.
Workplaces failing to tackle 'always on' culture
New research from the Department of Organizational Psychology’s Dr Almuth McDowall found that unlike other countries, the UK has made little progress in helping staff switch off outside of work hours – to the detriment of workers' wellbeing.
Idealist Grad School Fair - Boston
Boston, MA USA
Free entry; booking recommended
Birkbeck's Big Ideas: “I Ain’t Got Nowhere To Go”: Evictions, Displacement and New Logics of Expulsion in 21st Century London (Stratford)
Stratford Library, 3 The Grove, London, E15 1EL
Free entry; booking required
The Ipcress File (1962) d. Sidney Furie des. Ken Adam
Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London , WC1H 0PD
Free entry; first come, first seated
The post-storm city
Dr Anna Hartnell comments on the very different depictions of Hurricanes Harvey and Katrina, and how in both disasters, it has been the poorest who are hardest hit.
Who was Jack the Ripper?
Dr Julia Laite explores the Jack the Ripper phenomenon, the lives of the women he killed and what the archives tell us about the infamous case.
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