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IAS Junior Research Fellows

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The Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, together with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, has established a UCL Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (UCLIAS). The UCLIAS contributes to all six of the principal themes of UCL Strategy 2034. 

UCL-IA's Peter Low publishes book on Colombian Spanish

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'Colombian Spanish' by P Low

UCL-Institute of the Americas (UCL-IA) would like to warmly congratulate Peter Low on the release of his latest book 'Colombian Spanish'.

Junior Research Fellowships - UCL Institute of Advanced Studies

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The Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, together with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, has established a UCL Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (UCLIAS). The UCLIAS contributes to all six of the principal themes of UCL Strategy 2034.

Post-Romanisation Perspectives on the Provincial West

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Andrew Gardner

Andrew Gardner's research presentation at the Roman Society AGM earlier this month is now available on the Society's YouTube channel.

VIDEO: A Roundtable on 2015: The Campaign & General Election in Review

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Speakers

  • Dr Rosie Campbell (Birkbeck): Candidates, MPs and voters
  • Prof Justin Fisher (Brunel): The 2015 campaign and future of the parties
  • Prof Matt Goodwin (Kent): The Future of UKIP
  • Dr Ben Lauderdale (LSE): Forecasting the 2015 General Election
  • Joe Twyman (YouGov) The 2015 polls: What went wrong

The 2015 General Election in Review

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Archaeology Lecture Theatre G6 on 3rd June 2015.

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Provost’s Teaching Awards 2015

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PTA 2015 - Lucio Vinicius

Congratulations to Dr Lucio Vinicius who has won this year's Provost's Teaching Awards.

The Constitution Unit's 20th Anniversary

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On Tuesday 23rd June, the Constitution Unit held a day-long conference to mark its 20th Anniversary. The event featured a number of high profile speakers and respondents, all of whom had engaged with the Unit in some capacity since its establishment in 1995. 

IAMS Masters bursaries available for 2015 entry

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The Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies (IAMS) and the UCL Institute of Archaeology invite applications for two student bursaries for postgraduate studies in archaeometallurgy leading to an MSc degree.

The latest issue of ANTHROPOLITAN is available online

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Current Issue

The academic year 2014/15 has ended well for staff and students alike. It was certainly a very busy year during which two ERC-funded research groups commenced their preparatory research work in the department as part of a total number of 27 post-doctoral research staff. On the other hand, we were very sad to have to say goodbye to our esteemed colleague Dr Matthew Skinner, who joins his partner at the University of Kent, but have welcomed two new teaching staff,  Dr Kimberly Chong and Dr Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic, who both joined us for a period of three years. We were also successful in appointing two new permanent lecturers, Dr Emily Woodhouse to Human Ecology and Dr María Martinón-Torres to Paleoanthropology. To our delight, our other Teaching Fellows are staying with us for a further academic year.

art and (re)production #2: tests and rehearsals in contemporary art, Tuesday 30 June 2015

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This one-day workshop is part of the “art and (re)production” project, which is dedicated to examining the shifting configurations of technological, social and economic (re)production in modern and contemporary art and culture (andreproduction.tumblr.com)

IAS Junior Research Fellows

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The Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, together with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, has established a UCL Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (UCLIAS). The UCLIAS contributes to all six of the principal themes of UCL Strategy 2034. 

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