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Islam and the Far Right: Is Bigotry Back?
28 November 2016
By Professor Matthew Feldman, from an article that first appeared in the Fair Observer.
Latest disability car may have been used by former Prime Minister
06 September 2016
A renowned artist whose latest project involves the collection of historic disability cars has added a new vehicle to his fleet – and it may have previously been driven by Sir Winston Churchill.
Reviving memories of Greatham Creek
22 April 2016
A forgotten piece of the region’s little known history is to be brought to life by a Teesside University film-maker and academic.
Academic’s book recognised in annual awards
20 April 2016
A photography book by Aikaterini Gegisian, Research Lecturer in Contemporary Fine Art, has been shortlisted for an annual award.
Epic event marking 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death
29 March 2016
William Shakespeare’s literary work continues to inspire and influence 400 years after his death.
Historian’s appeal to help with voyage of discovery
04 March 2016
A Teesside University historian and academic is embarking on a voyage to piece together a missing part of a famed warship’s past.
Lecturer’s work to be presented in Greek exhibition
26 February 2016
The work of a Teesside University lecturer will be showcased on an international scale, as part of an exhibition held in Greece.
Digital artist reveals tricks of the trade
21 February 2016
Teesside University’s Simon McKeown will give a rare insight into the intricacies of his work during a unique exhibition.
Future writers join debate on trans issues
21 February 2016
Journalists of the future have been joining a debate on how trans issues are reported in the media.
International lecture on post 9/11 Pakistani fiction
01 February 2016
Dr Madeline Clements, a Senior Lecturer in English Studies, was invited to the International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI), to discuss how post 9/11 Pakistani Fiction in English may be read as an attempt to revise modern knowledge of the Islamic world.
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