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November 2011

James Heartfield, quoted in USA Today
12 November 2011

September 2011

Dr Lee Jones was one of more than 100 international scholars to sign a joint letter to the Thai Prime Minister, calling for a review of the Computer Crimes Act 2007
1 September 2011

August 2011

Dr Rainbow Murray was on Television de Radio Canada commenting on the causes and consequences of the recent riots in Britain
12 August 2011

July 2011

Dr Rainbow Murray was a guest this week on French Radio London’s Prêt à Parler show
5 July 2011

Dr Jeffery Webber contributed to the We Are Many website, talking about his books Red October and From Rebellion to Reform
1 July 2011

June 2011

Dr Jeff Webber talks to Against the Grain, KPFA, about the Socialist movements in Bolivia that led to the election of Evo Morales
13 June 2011

May 2011

Dr Claes Belfrage was interviewed on Icelandic RUV about the financial crisis and how Iceland was recovering from it
22 May 2011

Queen Mary has been placed 36th in the Guardian's University Guide and the School of Politics and IR has been placed 10th
17 May 2011

Dr Françoise Boucek writes on the LSE blog comparing the recent election win for the Scottish National Party with that of the Parti Québécois in the 1970s
11 May 2011

Dr Françoise Boucek was interviewed on the Canadian French station 'Radio Canada'
9 May 2011

March 2011

Dr Lee Jones comments in Times Higher Education
22 March 2011

Dr Jeffery Webber talks to upsidedownworld.org about Bolivia's social movement and the course of Evo Morales' MAS government
9 March 2011

The Chicago Tribune
4 March 2011

Prof Montserrat Guibernau discusses the role of the internet in political change across North Africa and the Arab world in Public Service Europe
3 March 2011

Dr Rainbow Murray participates in an online conference about gender stereotypes and leadership
2 March 2011

February 2011

What universities really want from pupils, ft.com
25 February 2011

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