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How McDonald's made the golden arches glisten again

How McDonald's made the golden arches glisten again
Description
Professor of Marketing Isabelle Szmigin states that McDonald's latest results show that our appetite for fast food is as strong as ever – and that the fast food outlet has once again found a way to beat its competition and critics.
Date:
26/01/2016

IGS podcast: Whose War? Whose Memory? Teaching the First World War in International Perspective

IGS podcast: Whose War? Whose Memory? Teaching the First World War in International Perspective
Description
Speakers: Professor Eckhardt Fuchs (TU Braunschweig); Dr Catriona Pennell (University of Exeter); Peter Glasgow (Peace Pledge Union).
Date:
26/01/2016

IGS podcast: 25 Years of German Unification

IGS podcast: 25 Years of German Unification
Description
Speakers: Dr Tereza Novotna (Université Libre de Bruxelles): 'How Germany Unified and the EU Enlarged: Negotiating the Accession through Transplantation and Adaptation'. Professor Chloe Paver (University of Exeter): 'Emotions and Everyday Life in Museums of GDR History and Culture'. Chair: Dr Isabelle Hertner (IGS).
Date:
26/01/2016

IGS podcast: 'Writing La Serenissima: Identity, Willpower and Performance in Rilke's Idea of Venice'

IGS podcast: 'Writing La Serenissima: Identity, Willpower and Performance in Rilke's Idea of Venice'
Description
Speaker: Professor Robert Vilain (University of Bristol).
Date:
26/01/2016

Call for Papers for New Researchers' Session

Description
The Call for Papers for New Researchers' Session (NRS) organised by the Doctoral Research Diversity Network (DRDN) is now open. The deadline is 31 March 2016.
Date:
26/01/2016

Podcast: Nuclear strategy in the cyber age: new challenges for the ultimate weapon

Podcast: Nuclear strategy in the cyber age: new challenges for the ultimate weapon
Description
Speaker: Dr Andrew Futter (Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Leicester).
Date:
26/01/2016

Podcast: What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It

Podcast: What's Wrong with NATO and How to Fix It
Description
Speaker: Professor Mark Webber (University of Birmingham).
Date:
26/01/2016

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Elites, peasants and soldiers: The war for national identity in the Angolan Central Highlands

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Elites, peasants and soldiers: The war for national identity in the Angolan Central Highlands
Description
Speaker: Dr Justin Pearce, University of Cambridge.
Date:
26/01/2016
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