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Politics at Goldsmiths is a new and expanding Department, teaching and undertaking research in various aspects of political life including: political theory; European and international politics; British politics; economics and political economy; art and politics; and public policy. Our greatest strength in politics is in pushing the boundaries of our discipline, and we are aided in this by being part of a College with a reputation for the innovative use of new social theory and for the strength of commitment it shows towards interdisciplinarity.
Centre for Postcolonial Studies
Postcolonial studies is expanding beyond its origins in literature to an engagement with epistemological, ethical and political questions. This interdisciplinary Centre provides a forum for those engaged in pushing postcolonialism into new domains to explore and disseminate new ideas through seminars, colloquia and conferences. Find out more at http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/postcolonial-studies/
Research Unit in Governance and Democracy
The Research Unit in Governance and Democracy has a broad remit, covering new developments in political ideas and institutions, as they relate to actual and/or prospective contexts of governance and democracy, at national, sub-national and international levels. Further information can be found at http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/rugd/
Research Unit in Politics and Ethics (RUPE)
RUPE aims to encourage research in contemporary political theory, and the dissemination of this research for academic purposes. Further details are available at http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/rupe/
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We accept students into the Department of Politics and International Relations on the basis of a match between your proposed research and the current research interests of a potential supervisor as well as an assessment of qualifications and suitability for a research degree. Read more
How can (and should) we talk about the challenges and possibilities for development in the 21st century?. Development has long been held up as an ideal for societies and peoples, and the pursuit of it has been decisive in shaping the modern world. Read more