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New MSc in International Relations of the Americas

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The UCL Institute of the Americas is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for the new MSc in International Relations of the Americas. This new MSc programme is uniquely focused on the international relations of the Americas in their entirety.  No other course anywhere else offers a comparable opportunity to study and research the foreign policies of this continent. The hemisphere is home to the world's most important power and a number of emergent powers.  The nation-states within it confront geopolitical, geo-economic, environmental, human rights, and international drug control issues that have global significance.  They are also engaged in a pivot away from a traditional Atlantic focus to an Asia-Pacific one that will have immense significance in shaping the power structure of the twenty-first century world.  This is a programme that will benefit anyone looking to develop a career in diplomacy, the media, think-tank research, international organizations, and commerce.

Institute project wins Verbruggen Prize

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Beyond the Burghal Hidage, winner of the 2013 Verbruggen Prize

The book resulting from the Institute's Beyond the Burghal Hidage research project has won the 2013 Verbruggen Prize for the best book on medieval military history.

Apestraction: Damián Ortega @ The Freud Museum London

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Mano web

Damían Ortega’s exhibition "Apestraction", conceived in conjunction with the Gashaka Primate Project in Nigeria, is on show at The Freud Museum 6 June – 1 September 2013 (www.freud.org.uk/exhibitions)

Ivories from Nimrud VII

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Nimrud ivory (© Stuart Laidlaw)

The publication of Ivories from Nimrud (1949-1963) VII, Ivories from Rooms SW11/12 and T10 Fort Shalmaneser by Georgina Herrmann and Stuart Laidlaw will be celebrated with a special launch event at the British Academy.

Institute project to feature on BBC's Ice Age Giants

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BBC2's new series 'Ice Age Giants' with Prof Alice Roberts

Research from the UCL Institute of Archaeology is to feature on the new BBC2 series Ice Age Giants presented by Alice Roberts.  

IoA Rock Art Fieldtrip - Dordogne 2013

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In front of the heavy bronze door of the famous Lascaux cave

A group of Institute students has recently returned from the Dordogne where they gained unprecedented access to Palaeolithic decorated cave sites.

LIU Jia and UCL Connections Awarded Digital Humanities Prize 

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UCL Connections Project Team

UCL Connections, involving Institute PhD research student LIU Jia, has been awarded £5,000 at the recent Digital Humanities prize workshop (25-26 April), organised by the Grand Challenge of Intercultural Interaction and convened by Melissa Terras, Director, Centre for Digital Humanities.  The workshop was the conclusion of the UCL's Digital Humanities Month. 

Elizabeth Graham on the lost 'White City' of Honduras

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Foliage (Image © UCL Media Services)

Elizabeth Graham was the invited expert in a recent podcast discussion about the potential discovery of the lost 'White City'.

Unit in the News - May 2013

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Bob Morris has been cited in the following articles:

Why the Queen will never step aside – Daily Telegraph (11 May)

New IBSc Film

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Hear more about past and present students' experience of the IBSc programme in medical anthropology, including the journalist Max Pemberton, in this new promotional film.

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