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Prof Sir Richard Blundell receives honorary doctorate from Ca' Foscari University of Venice

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Richard Blundell

Professor Sir Richard Blundell CBE FBA (David Ricardo Chair of Political Economy at UCL and Director of the ESRC Research Centre at IFS) today received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Economics from Ca' Foscari University of Venice.  He delivered his Lectio Magistralis on 'Economic Policy Reform and the Challenge of Inequality'.  

Job Vacancy: Research Associate for the 'Big Picnic' project

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The EU

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Research Associate (part-time, Ref.: 1710647). The deadline for applications is 23 February 2018.

New series of 'Britain at Low Tide' explores coastal and intertidal archaeology

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New series of 'Britain at Low Tide' explores coastal and intertidal archaeology

CITiZAN (the Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network) features in the new series of Britain at Low Tide, the first episode of which aired on 17 February.

Job Vacancies

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UCL Anthropology seeks invites applications for an Associate Professor in Ethnographic Film Practice and Visual Anthropology and a Lecturer in Digital Anthropology. Please follow the links for further details and an online application form.

UCL Americas Journal Club Poster Design Competition

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UCL Changemakers

The UCL Americas Journal Club (UCLAJC) would like to announce the call for submissions for its poster design competition. UCLAJC is one of the winning projects to receive funding from the UCL Changemakers initiative. The club's founder is Leo Neuringer, MSc student at UCL Institute of the Americas.

Digging up secrets of the monkey Stone Age

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Capuchin monkeys using stone tools

Results of collaborative research, involving Institute researcher Tomos Proffitt, is forcing us to rethink our cultural evolution.

In Cyprus where copper was first discovered

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A bronze cauldron decorated with griffins from the royal tombs of Salamis © Department of Antiquities, Cyprus

The Institute of Archaeology is co-organiser, with the High Commission of the Republic of Cyprus in the UK and the University of Cyprus, of a special lecture taking place in London on 20 February.

Call For Papers and Artist Submissions - Becoming Image: Medicine and the Algorithmic Gaze

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Becoming Image

An interdisciplinary Symposium

23 May 2018 at UCL

Liz Orton, visual artist, Digital Insides and London College of Communication
Dr Aaron Parkhurst, Department of Anthropology, UCL
Dr Timothy Carroll, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Anthropology, UCL
Professor Steve Halligan, Director of the Centre for Medical Imaging, UCL

Leo Neuringer's Changemakers Project Awarded UCL Grant

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UCL Institute of the Americas

UCL Institute of the Americas would like to warmly congratulate our Globalisation and Latin American Development MSc student Leo Neuringer on his successful bid for funding from the UCL Changemakers initiative for his project The UCL Americas Journal Club (UCLAJC).

Graduate Open Days 2018

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UCL Institute of the Americas

UCL Institute of the Americas would like to invite all prospective graduate students to the following open days to learn more about our MA and MSc programmes.

Undergraduate Open Days 2018

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History and Politics of the Americas BA

UCL Institute of the Americas would like to invite all prospective undergraduate students to the following open days to learn more about our UG programmes BA History and Politics of the Americas and the modality with Year Abroad:

Institute research to be presented in interdisciplinary colloquium on 'Gold'

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Interdisciplinary colloquium on Gold being held at UCL (Feb 2018)

Institute research will be presented as part of an interdisciplinary colloquium on the theme of 'Gold', being held at UCL on 9 February.

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