Faculty News

  • London researchers want to recover El Salvador's forgotten past

    August 29, 2018: Professor Amanda Grzyb recently spoke with CBC News about her ongoing research project titled, "Surviving Memory in Postwar El Salvador." Together with collaborators, Grzyb is working to restore memories from the Salvadoran civil war, which lasted from 1979 to 1992.

  • Labour laws historically out of tune with musicians

    In 2010, pop musician Kesha began an ultimately failed three-year legal fight with her two producers, Lukasz Gottwald and David Sonenberg, over exclusive rights to her singing services and song catalogue.

  • What tell-all crime reporting says about us

    Romayne Smith Fullerton is the co-author of "Naming Names: A Comparison of Crime Coverage Rituals in North America and Europe," forthcoming with Oxford University Press, which looks at how journalists make ethical decisions related to crime coverage in North America and Europe.