New Challenges, New Perspectives.
LSEUPR Annual Conference 2021
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Dr. Paul Apostolidis
Dr. Paul Apostolidis is the Lecturer and Deputy Head of Department for Education
Department of Government. He is the author of The Fight for Time: Migrant Day Laborers and the Politics of Precarity (Oxford […]
The beginning of a new year allows for a time to reflect on the LSE Undergraduate Political Review’s 2018 successes.
Editor-in-Chief Karina Moxon looks back to one such success, the third UPR annual Research Conference.
On the evening of November 22nd students, academics and members of the wider public attended the LSE LIFE Centre to engage with a variety of leading research […]
The LSE UPR team warmly welcomes you to attend our 2018 Research Conference!
Taking place on Thursday 22nd November, 6.30-8.30pm in LSELIFE Workspace 4, this year’s Conference will cover a variety of topical political research topics, as well as providing an opportunity to engage with an important question for the research community in the current political climate.
For the first half of […]
We are now taking submissions for our Autumn 2018 Research Conference! Submit your research pieces/ dissertations to be part of our newly revamped Conference – a showcase for the best undergraduate political research.
This is a great chance to present your work to an audience of students, academics and professional researchers, as well as an opportunity to engage in a […]