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Alex Brown publishes new book on Hate Speech Law

Dr. Alex Brown has just published a new book on Hate Speech Law: A Philosophical Examination with Routledge. Debate about hate speech are common and is prominent throughout the world. In...

University of East Anglia opens office in Brussels

Lee Marsden, Professor of Politics and Head of the School of Politics, Philosophy, Languages and Communication Studies today officially opened the University of East Anglia Brussels Office. The...

Lee Jarvis publishes on Terrorism and the Internet

Lee Jarvis has published a new book titled Terrorism Online: Politics, Law and Technology . The book takes an explicitly multi-disciplinary approach to the ways in which political violence, new...

Blurred Lines: UEA expert writes on the politics of copyright

Professor John Street considers the politics of copyright in the light of the Marvin Gaye/’Blurred Lines’ judgement.

UEA staff and students launch Talking Shop project

Staff and students in UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies (PPL) have been working with colleagues at Oxford Brookes University and the Australian National...

Maria Kyriakidou appears on Al Jazeera

Dr. Maria Kyriakidou appeared on Al Jazeera on 7th February to speak about how Syriza had been portrayed in the international media since their election in Greece.  This video is available...

Marina Prentoulis appears on BBC 1's Andrew Marr show

Marina Prentoulis was on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday 1st February, speaking about austerity in Greece/Europe. You can watch this online on the BBC iplayer (from: 20:28)  ...

Too Difficult Box wins Book of the Year Award

The Too Difficult Box, a book edited by Charles Clarke based on the famous University of East Anglia lecture series, has won the  Book of the Year Award . Lectures were held at...

The School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies has come 5th in the UK for its research in Area Studies

The School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies has come 5 th in the UK for its research in Area Studies according to a major Government analysis just released. 74% of...

Lee Jarvis publishes new book on International Security

Dr. Lee Jarvis has published a new book with Jack Holland (Surrey), titled Security: A Critical Introduction . The book explores eight fundamental questions relating to security, including: What...

UEA student wins prestigious prize

Third year UEA undergraduate student Natasha Wakelin has been awarded the prestigious Ede & Ravenscroft prize.    The award was in recognition of her work pioneering the PSI...

UEA Politics Students at Westminster

On Wednesday 19 November, twenty-seven students from the PSI Student Society attended a Select Committee at Westminster, watched a Commons debate and took part in a workshop on Parliamentary...

New Book co-edited by UEA's Dr Helen Warner, coming soon

Dr Helen Warner  (Lecturer in the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication studies) has co-edited a new book: The Politics of Being a Woman: Feminism, Media, and 21st...

New book published on Counter-terrorism

Dr. Lee Jarvis of PPL has published a new book with Dr. Michael Lister of Oxford Brookes University, titled Critical Perspectives on Counter-terrorism . The book includes chapters by a number...

Toby James presents research at leading Korean research unit

Dr. Toby James was an invited speaker at the prestigious Korean Civic Institute for Democracy  (KOCEI) in Seoul as part of their annual International Symposium on Civic Education...

UEA lecturer attends high-level Italian-British conference

Dr. Chris Hanretty recently attended the 22nd Pontignano Conference was held in Siena, Italy. The conference -- chaired by Lord Patten and former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta --...

UEA expert analysis features on Newsnight

Dr. Chris Hanretty , Reader in Politics at the University of East Anglia, is part of a cutting edge team of researchers that are forecasting the outcome of the 2015 general election. Chris...

Dr. Simon Curtis publishes two new books on international relation theory

Dr. Simon Curtis has published two new books on international relation theory. The first book, The Power of Cities in International Relations , represents an important contribution to...

Politics research student successes

Two research students in politics won prestigous awards over the summer period. Suzanne Doyle was invited to Stanford University by the Wilson Center Nuclear Proliferation Project to...

UEA lecturer wins grant to look at effectiveness of patent courts

Chris Hanretty, Reader in Politics in the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, has won an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) grant to look at the...