SAS in the media

Why SAGE needs to hear from the humanities

Friday 11 December 2020
Institute of Philosophy
Professor Barry Smith , director of the Institute of Philosophy ( IP ) at the University of London's School of Advanced Study, argues in a Wonkhe article that In seeking scientific advice, governments tend to underestimate the role of morality, culture and story in shaping perceptions and behaviour - to all our cost.

Post-Brexit Britain must do better than ‘doomed’ Mali deployment

Monday 7 December 2020
Institute of Historical Research
Joe Gazeley , a Scouloudi Research Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research ( IHR ), reports on a recent All Party Parliamentary Group on Africa briefing on the Sahel Crisis in a Politics.co.uk article entitled ‘ Post-Brexit Britain must do better than ‘doomed’ Mali deployment ’. The story has been picked up by London Tribune .

Kent LLM student shares his experience of presenting at the Information Law and Policy Centre's annual conference

Monday 30 November 2020
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
The Information Law and Policy Centre’s ( ILPC) annual conference on ‘AI and the rule of law: regulation and ethics’ has been commended by a Kent Law School LLM student for helping him grow his network and develop his professional and academic skills. Read his blog post here . ILPC is based at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies ( IALS ), School of Advanced Study, University of London.

Professor Murphy comments on Prince Charles

Monday 30 November 2020
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Professor Philip Murphy , director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies ( ICWS ), in quoted in the Daily Express story, ‘ Prince Charles to carve out “new role” as he fights to become “accepted” in Royal family ’, which highlights the negative portrayal of Prince Charles in the fourth series of the historical drama, The Crown , that has sparked fears Charles may not be accepted as the next monarch.

Professor Churchwell features in CounterPunch article

Monday 30 November 2020
School of Advanced Study
Material from Guardian and New York Review of Books articles by Professor Sarah Churchwell , public engagement chair at the School of Advanced Study and American literature professorial fellow at its Institute of English Studies, has been used in a CounterPunch report about the legacy of outgoing US president, Donald Trump.

Professor Melber on Namibia’s elections

Monday 30 November 2020
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Professor Henning Melber , senior research fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies ( ICWS ), comments on Namibia’s regional and communal elections in Neues Deutschland (in German).

Free Life Kitchen Christmas cookbook shares recipes to bring joy to cancer patients

Sunday 29 November 2020
Institute of Philosophy
Professor Barry Smith’s work with chef Ryan Riley to produce a new Christmas cookbook with recipes designed to stimulate the taste-buds of people living with cancer and others whose senses have been dulled this year through Covid-19, has been recognised in Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph articles. Professor Smith is director of the Institute of Philosophy ( IP ) and Centre for the Study of the Senses ( CenSes ).

Professor Sherman ‘At home with the Arensbergs and their avant-garde art collection’

Wednesday 25 November 2020
Warburg Institute
Professor Bill Sherman , director of the Warburg Institute , discusses Louise and Walter Arensberg’s obsessive approach to collecting and displaying art and books in their Hollywood house, in the Getty Iris podcast ‘ At home with the Arensbergs and their avant-garde art collection ’. Professor Sherman is co-author of Hollywood Arensberg: Avant-Garde Collecting in Mid-Century L.A. , a reconstruction of their great collection.

Political divide splits families

Tuesday 24 November 2020
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Professor Henning Melber , a senior research fellow at the School of Advanced Study's Institute of Commonwealth Studies ( ICWS ), comments on Namibia’s political divide in The Namibian .

Media freedom defenders criticise China, other Pacific info ‘threats’

Saturday 21 November 2020
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Professor Philip Murphy , director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies ( ICWS ), and Dr Sue Onslow , senior research fellow, are quoted in an Asia Pacific Report article on the institute’s recent virtual media freedom in the Commonwealth conference.

Pages