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The fifth workshop of the Living in the Anthropocene series, sponsored by the CSD Materialisms Study Group, was held on Friday 27 November 2015.

November News from the Centre.

A panel discussion titled 'Iran Nuclear Deal: Problems and Prospects' was organised by International Law at Westminster Research Group on 17 November 2015. The aim was to consider the legal, political and diplomatic implications of the Iran nuclear deal, signed in July 2014 by the P5+1 (UK, France, US, Germany,...

Floating Points

25 November 2015

Tom Corby and Gavin Bailey at Ambika P3 Private view: 18 December 6pm Open 19 to 21 December 12-6pm

Our colleague Dr Lindsay Bremner, Director of Architectural Research in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment has been awarded a 2015 European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant of up to €1.5m for her research proposal ‘Monsoon Assemblages’.

On Saturday 7 November over 300 people participated in a conference at the University of Westminster on ‘Doing and Thinking Democracy Differently’.

Professor of International Law at the University of Westminster Dr Hélène Lambert will be responsible for one third of a significant project aiming to develop a new theoretical approach to understanding the role of imminence as both a function of time and probability in international law in the field of...

Debate - Smart Cities: Short-Term Gain or Long-Term Planning? Hospital Club (24 Endell Street, London WC2H 9HQ) Tuesday 17 November 2015 6:45pm onwards

Westminster Law School PhD student Eliza Watt has had an article on US and UK surveillance powers published in The Conversation.

The Rendition Project, which joined the University of Westminster in September 2015, has published the results of a 9 month investigation into the CIA torture programme.

* The phrase ‘Study Law and Buy A Gun’ was attributed by Nick Mason to Noel Redding, and given as a tongue in cheek response to the question as to what advice Nick would give an artist today.

Professor of International Law at the University of Westminster Dr Hélène Lambert will be responsible for one third of a significant project aiming to develop a new theoretical approach to understanding the role of imminence as both a function of time and probability in international law in the field of...

A new book examining the relationship between politics and the media in Italy’s last 20 years has been published by Lexington Books. Its author, Alessandro D’Arma, is Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster Faculty of Media, Arts and Design.

A busy month event wise at the Centre.

On 13 October, a joint collaboration between the Centre for Law Society and Popular Culture and our friends in English Linguistic and Cultural Studies took place.

2015 is the 35th anniversary of the MacBride Report, a media policy report with the title “Many Voices, One World: Towards a New, More Just and More Efficient World Information and Communication Order” that UNESCO published in 1980.

A series of posters from the swinging sixties are being exhibited at the Little Titchfield Street campus.

Jointly organised by the BBC Trust, the University of Westminster and the MeCCSA Policy Group, a seminar entitled ‘Tomorrow’s BBC: Who Governs?’ took place on 1 October at the University of Westminster as part of the BBC’s Charter Review process.

Dr Yi-Li Wu and Dr Leslie de Vries of the Beyond Tradition project at the Faculty of Science and Technology's EASTmedicine group, held a succesful workshop entitled, Comparative Perspectives on Body Materiality and Structure in the History of Sinitic and East Asian medicines.

A report produced by the ProBE team at the University of Westminster in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Loughborough considers the poor representation of women in the construction industry.

The conference ‘Adrift in the European Crisis: interrogating the impact of global and regional legal reforms on economic rights’ emphasised the role of law in planning for a return to growth.

Research in progress and seminar sessions organised by CSD. All sessions take place on Tuesdays.

Dr Lena Springer presented a paper at the MAGic 2015 – Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy and Practice conference, and has also has been invited to give a lecture at the Vienna Dialogues in Medical Anthropology series.

Ioannis Glinavos has had an article published in The Conversation.

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