June News RoundUp

The G7 assembled in Cornwall so we gathered for our own socially distanced photocall on the steps of the Templeman Library -the first time the faculty have seen each other in over a year. Here is some of our news.

The HSS division launched Summer Bites!

  • A month of bitesize talks from the Schools of Anthropology and Conservation, Economics, Politics and International Relations, and Psychology about the study of humans and the systems we use to live on the planet we inhabit. View July’s schedule.

We celebrated Pride

  • Priscus asks ‘isn’t there a certain pointlessness in labels, in man-made classifications that intend to generalize when each of us is unique?’ Read more here.

Want to know what it is really like as a student at Kent?

  • We quizzed BA Politics and International Relations student, David, about why he chose Kent and his experience of studying here. Read his experience.

Many students have passed through Kent but what are they up to now?

Five years on from the UK referendum…

  • Professor Richard Whitman revisited his thoughts on the EU’s relationship with Canada as a model for the future relationship between the UK and the EU. Read more.

The G7 Summit took place in the UK…

  • Professor Richard Whitman looks beyond the glossy photocalls to discern the real relevance of the meeting. Read here.

Our staff were excellent!

What If…

What challenges will the new Israeli Government face?

Keep up to date with the latest news from the School of Politics and International Relations