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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.

100 years of votes for women

The Representation of the People Act, passed on 6 February 1918, gave women the right to vote in the UK for the first time. Birkbeck academics celebrate this centenary and look at how we can make further strides towards equality.

Politicians need to change their tune on immigration in the UK, says Birkbeck academic

A Birkbeck professor of politics placed a report by the Home Affairs Select Committee on immigration in the United Kingdom under the spotlight, claiming it neglects the real issues.

Birkbeck launches Centre for Study of Internationalism

The new Centre brings together researchers from different academic fields interested in internationalism.

Birkbeck geographer to investigate Australia’s vulnerability to sea level rise

Dr Sue Brooks is part of an international team which will research Australian coastal vulnerabilities, made possible by a prestigious Australian Research Council Discovery Project award.

Joanna Bourke appointed Chair of 2018 PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize panel

Birkbeck historian and orator Professor Joanna Bourke will chair the judging panel for a prize that recognises an exceptional work of historical non-fiction, published in Britain.