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Young filmmakers highlight the role of ‘hidden persuasion’ in everyday life

Birkbeck’s Hidden Persuaders research group has worked with students from three London schools to create films exploring influence and brainwashing – four of which will feature at the BFI’s Future Film Festival.

Jews, Money, Myth: Birkbeck academics contribute to major new exhibition

The Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism at Birkbeck has collaborated with the Jewish Museum on a major new exhibition exploring the stereotypes that link Jews and money - how they have evolved in different political contexts and how they have been exploited for different ends.

The Eye of War

A new book from Dr Antoine Bousquet explores the impact of global, individualised targeting technologies on modern-day warfare.

Birkbeck calls for the way part-time degrees are funded to change to reduce tuition fees by 50%

Part-time degrees are important drivers of social mobility and will be vital to reskilling the workforce post-Brexit by enabling people to work whilst studying, but the number of part-time undergraduates has more than halved since tuition fees increased dramatically in 2012.

The Reluctant Internationalists

Looking back at The Reluctant Internationalists project, after four years of collaboration with exceptional researchers from across the world.