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Conference: Liberalism and Republicanism: Public Policy Implications

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School of Public Policy, Department of Political Science,
29/30 Tavistock Square
University College London
13 February, 2013

Communicating Conservation

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Communicating Conservation - Graffiti: decorating our streets

Institute students undertaking the course on 'Issues in Conservation: Context of Conservation' have designed and produced posters communicating specific aspects of conservation.

Eva Hesse in Europe, symposium 2nd February 2013

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This symposium focuses on Eva Hesse’s reliefs and drawings made during the year she spent in Germany in 1965. It looks in depth at the role of drawing in Hesse’s work and at the pivotal position of her colored reliefs for her later sculpture.

24 Jan. Chinese Archaeology Lecturer Jobtalks

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You are invited to attend the candidate presentations for our new Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology post, which take place on Thursday 24 January. Presentations are being held in Room 612 and all staff and students are welcome.

Can the memory of Lincoln still unite a nation?

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This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division under the digital ID cph.3a53289

“He came to believe the huge killing of the Civil War could only be justified if it had a moral purpose – if slavery was abolished,” says Professor Iwan Morgan (UCL Institute of the Americas). 

Forming Material Egypt

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Forming Material Egypt

The Institute of Archaeology Annual Conference will take place this year on 20-21 May on the topic of 'Forming Material Egypt' and a call for papers has now been announced.

Digging the Past: Archaeology on TV

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Mortimer Wheeler

Joe Flatman is contributing to a one-day event about Archaeology on TV at the British Film Institute (BFI) on 19 January.

Born to lead? Leadership can be an inherited trait, study finds

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Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve

Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (click image to view high resolution version).

Genetic differences are significantly associated with the likelihood that people take on managerial responsibilities, according to new research from UCL (University College London).

Imran Rasul awarded grant from Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) and IZA

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For £349K for a research project on “Easing Constraints for Small Firm Expansion: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda”.

Lost Kingdoms of South America

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Jago Cooper

Jago Cooper, Institute alumnus and now Curator of the Americas at the British Museum, will be presenting the first of his four-part television series 'Lost Kingdoms of South America' on BBC4 this evening.

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