Read our interview with Jayde who graduated from the University of Brighton’s Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights MA this year.
Read course leader Dr Robin Dunford’s latest published piece – an article in the Journal of Global Ethics arguing that decolonial theory can offer a distinctive and valuable ethical lens. Continue reading “Thinking of studying Globalisation?”
Another chance to listen to our staff and students on our Humanities programme speak on a variety of subjects on our podcast series. Continue reading “Listen to staff and students on Spotify”
Dr Robin Dunford is course course leader for the MA in Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights, and teach on Global Politics, Human Rights, Humanitarian Intervention, Development and Peacebuilding. Continue reading “Meet the staff: Robin Dunford”
This week Michael Neu and Robin Dunford spoke at the London School of Economics’ Philosophy Forum as part of a panel discussing the topic of ‘peace’. Continue reading “Humanities lecturers invited to discuss the topic of ‘peace’ at LSE”
How best to protect civilians from mass atrocities? This is the question asked by Humanities lecturers Robin Dunford and Michael Neu in a new article. Continue reading “Lecturers examine the cost of NATO intervention”
March 2019 has been a busy and productive month for the course team – we have been working on research projects on topics that feature heavily in our teaching. Continue reading “MA Globalisation: Politics, Conflict and Human Rights research newsletter”
Robin Dunford, course leader for Globalisation: History, Politics and Culture, told a teaching conference how the course had adapted to reflect a changing society.