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July news from the Centre.

In the Forum gallery, What if? by Christine Douglass presents nine films by nine women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Historic England have amended the list description for Waterloo Bridge to take in to account research by ProBE Co-Director Christine Wall into the history of its construction during the Second World War.

Dr Ioannis Glinavos, researcher in International Law at Westminster, was interviewed by Sky News on whether the Greece referendum should go ahead.

The academic year 2014-15 was very active and successful for the International Law at Westminster Team.

A new report, published by the University of Westminster, explores an apparent process of the ‘standardisation’ of urban sustainability, taking place through the implementation of different types of certification schemes and frameworks of indicators around the world.

Centre for Research in Education, Art and Media (CREAM) doctoral student Federica Chiocchetti has received the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Best Photography Book 2015 award for her co-edited book Amore e Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970s Italy, published by the Archive of Modern Conflict (AmcBooks.com) as AMC2 Journal issue 9.

Video coverage from ReInvent Law 2014.

EASTmedicine doctoral researcher Claudia Citkovitz’ project “Acupuncture During Acute Stroke Rehabilitation: Stakeholder Experience and Feasibility for Future Study” at New York University Lutheran Medical Centre in Brooklyn, is one of the projects of distinction as demonstrated by exceptional impact, quality, and congruence with the ELCA Social Statement ‘Caring for Health:...

This encyclopedia article provides an overview of the history of the eco-city and outlines some of the key challenges for the future.

Dr Shirley J Thompson’s opera, Sacred Mountain, Episodes in the Life of Queen Nanny of the Maroons is running in this year's Tete a Tete: The Opera Festival.

International Workshop 'Developing an Interdisciplinary and Multilingual Digital Knowledge Base on Tibetan Medical Formulas with a Focus on Stress-related (rlung) Disorders'

Reader in Music and prize winning composer, Dr Shirley J Thompson will be giving a Heroines of Opera lecture on 25 June at 2pm at the Victoria and Albert Museum, as part of their Art and Existence Series.

We have some great books lined up for further sessions, which we will be organising after the summer break.

Marco Roscini’s Cyber Operations and the Use of Force in International Law (OUP, 2014) has been reviewed by James A. Green (University of Reading) for the Journal on the Use of Force in International Law.

The Pensions Research Network had another successful event on Friday 20 March 2015.

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