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In the 1990s, L.A. became a poster child for racial segregation when riots following the acquittal of Rodney King’s killers brought attention to the city’s black-white divide. But since then, L.A. has come a long way, according to a new geographical...
LSE Africa Blog Book Review – Africa’s Long Road Since Independence: The Many Histories of a Continent By Keith Somerville Africa’s Long Road Since Independence: The Many Histories of a Continent by Keith Somerville is timely given that even recent...
This post originally appeared on Africa at LSE and is part of the Africa at LSE, South Asia at LSE and IGC cross-blog series on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Notwithstanding their commendable inclusion of a broad range of feminist concerns...
An exciting opportunity has arisen in LSE’s Student Recruitment Office offering you the chance to join a successful team at one of the world’s leading academic institutions, The Marketing Coordinator will undertake marketing, promotional and student...
The Michaelmas Legal Term ends today and this is the last Law and Media Round Up of 2015. The next round up will be at the beginning of the new legal term on 11 January 2016. Happy holidays to all Inforrm readers. This last week has been a busy one...
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European Studies may be dying out in the UK, but British universities are culturally embedded in the EU, says Helen Drake. Severing links with Europe that have been built up over decades would have…