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Learning Development

The School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy offer a range of learning development resources and student success strategies to enhance academic ability and cultivate student success.

To find out more contact the learning development coordinator.

Birkbeck welcomes author Philippa Gregory as Honorary Research Fellow

The acclaimed historian and author of The Other Boleyn Girl will join the College as she writes a new history of women in England.

A Global History of Maoism

Professor Lovell's landmark history traces the evolution and legacy of Maoism within and beyond China.

Birkbeck antisemitism expert selected as 2019 ‘New Generation Thinker’

Dr Brendan McGeever has been chosen for the BBC/AHRC scheme, which will see him share his research on antisemitism and radical social movements through BBC Radio, TV and the 2019 Being Human Festival.

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.