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School of Government & International Affairs

School of Government & International Affairs


Whats Left? A Century in Revolution

Between 29 September and 8 October 2017, Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle and Durham University staged a special programme of screenings and talks to mark the centenary of the 1917 October Revolution. The programme explored major revolutionary events of the 20th and 21st centuries to tease out some of the meanings of revolution today. 

(13 Dec 2017) » More about Whats Left? A Century in Revolution

Annual SGIA Undergraduate Prizes

The 2016/17 academic year's prize for best dissertation goes to Michael Jacobs for his incisive research into the topic of 'Do Voters Trust Politians that Pander? Policy Platforms as a Signal of Character in US House Elections'.

The prizes for best first year performance went to Kiran Shivalingam and Edward Fenwick, with the prizes for best second year performance being awarded to James Beringer and Leah Smalley.

(1 Jul 2017)

Launch of MedReset

Principal Investigator (Durham): Professor Anoush Ehteshami

(3 Apr 2017) » More about Launch of MedReset


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Wednesday 17 January 2018

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