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Multimedia Library

In this section, you can find a collection of LSE videos and audio recordings since 2009 featuring the Department members as well as events sponsored by the Department. You can also find videos commissioned by the Department about our courses, programmes and life at LSE, as voiced by students and academics.

2015

Professor Arne Westad’s Farewell Public Lecture: "China, US and Asia in the Twenty-first Century"
Speaker: Professor Arne Westad
Chair: Professor Michael Cox
Date: Tuesday, 5 May 2015
Time: 18:30-20:00
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
*Audio*


Deng Xiaoping vs Gorbachev
Speaker: Professor Alexander Pantsov
Chair: Professor Vladislav Zubok
Date: Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Time: 18:30-20:00
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*


Crowd-Sourcing, Surveillance, and the Era of the Synopticon
Speaker: Professor Matthew Connelly
Chair: Professor Michael Cox
Date: Tuesday 17 March 2015
Time: 18:30-20:00
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
*Audio*
Literary Festival 2015: Commemorating 1815: politics and the arts after Waterloo
Speaker: Dr Tim Hochstrasser, Dr Kirsten Schulze, Professor Alan Sked, Dr Paul Stock
Chair: Dr Paul Keenan
Date: Wednesday 25 February 2015
Time: 12:30- 14:00
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Acadeic Building, LSE
*Video*

2014

Gerda Henkel Visiting Professorship Lecture: Welfare in the Warfare State: Nazi Social Policy on the International Stage
Speaker: Professor Kiran Klaus Patel
Date: Thursday 4 December 2014
Time: 18:30- 20:00
Venue: CLM 5.02, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
Stalin's Team
Speaker: Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick
Chair: Professor Vladislav Zubok
Date: Tuesday 11 November 2014
Time: 18:30- 20:00
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, NAB, LSE
*Audio*
LSE Annual Gulf History Lecture: “A Matter of Life and Death for the Country”: The Iranian Intervention in Oman, 1972-1975
Speaker: Professor James Goode
Date: Thursday 23 October 2014
Time:
18:30-20:00
Venue:
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
Book Launch: Nixon, Kissinger and the Shah: The United States and Iran in the Cold War by Dr Roham Alvandi
Speaker: Dr Roham Alvandi
Chair: Professor Toby Dodge
Date: Thursday 16 October 2014
Time:
18:30-20:00
Venue:
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
US-Iran Détente: Past and Present
Speakers: Ambassador John Limbert, Dr Chris Emery, Dr Roham Alvandi
ChairProfessor Toby Dodge
Date: Monday 12 May 2014
Time:
6.30-8pm
Venue:
Room 9.04, Tower 2, Clement's Inn, LSE
*Audio*
Why Remember? Reflections on the First World War Centenary
Speakers
Professor Michael Cox, Dr John Hutchinson, Professor Margaret Macmillan
Chair: Professor David Stevenson
Date: Wednesday 26 February 2014 
Time: 7-8.30pm
Venue
: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
The Origins of the Final Solution: Eastern Europe and the Holocaust
Speaker
Professor Timothy Snyder
Date: Tuesday 11 March 2014 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
*Audio*

2013

The Outbreak of War in 1914 Revisited
SpeakerProfessor Christopher Clark
Chair: Professor David Stevenson
Date: Tuesday 22 January 2013
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
Russia And The First World War: Time to Think Again?
Speaker: Professor Dominic Lieven
Date: Tuesday 5 February 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
China's New Leadership - Hopes for Reform and Fear of Uncertainty
Speakers: Professor Athar Hussain, Dr Debin Ma, Professor Arne Westad
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang
Date: Wednesday 13 February 2013
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: TW1 G.01, Tower 1, LSE
*Audio*
History Reconfigured: Habsburg's Imperial Symbolism and Regional Identities in the Visual Arts during the 19th and 20th Centuries
Speaker: Dr Werner Telesko
Date: Wednesday 20 February 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE
*Audio*
Branching Out: The Life and Work of Denis Diderot
SpeakersProfessor Russell Goulbourne, Dr Tim Hochstrasser, Dr Paul Keenan
Chair: Dr Paul Stock
Date: Friday 1 March 2013 
Time: 4.30-6pm
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
Franco's Terror in a European Context: The Volksgemeinschaft that Got Away
Speaker: Professor Paul Preston
RespondentsDr Daniel Beer, Professor Helen Graham, Professor Dan Stone ChairProfessor Stuart Corbridge
Date: Thursday 14 March 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
Virtuous Citizenship and the Moral Values of One Nation
SpeakersJon Cruddas MPDavid Davis MP, Professor Francesca Klug, Professor Alan Sked 
ChairDr Purna Sen
Date: Wednesday 12 June 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Building, Old Theatre, LSE
*Audio*
What has the European Convention on Human Rights ever Done for Us?
SpeakersMartin Howe QC, Professor Philip Leach, Caroline Lucas MP, Emily Thornberry MP, Professor Alan Sked  
ChairProfessor Francesca Klug
Date: Tuesday 1 October 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*

2012

Reflections on Russia’s Place in Europe in the 18th Century
Speaker: Professor Alexander Kamenskii
Date: Thursday 2 February 2012
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Abraham Lincoln: What Makes a National Icon?
Speaker: Professor Alan Sked
Date: Monday 6 February 2012
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
The Archduke Franz Ferdinand and England
Speaker: Professor Roy Bridge
Chair: Professor Alan Sked
Date: Monday 27 February 2012 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
The Relevance of International History
Speaker: Professor David Stevenson
Date: Thursday 25 October 2012
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
Restless Empire: China and the World since 1750
Speaker: Professor Arne Westad
ChairProfessor Michael Cox
Date: Thursday 1 November 2012
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
*Audio*
From Kaiser Wilhelm to Chancellor Merkel. The German Question on the European Stage
Speaker: Professor Andreas Rödder
Chair: Dr Piers Ludlow
Date: Wednesday 7 November 2012
Time: 5.30-7pm
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE
*Audio and Video*
Was Churchill More of a Progressive than a Reactionary?
SpeakersDr Piers Brendon, Professor John Charmley, Professor David Edgerton, Lord Hurd of Westwell
Date: Wednesday 21 November 2012
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
*Audio and Video*

2011

Has Europe Ever Had a Common Identity?
SpeakersDr Heather JonesDr Paul KeenanDr Joan-Pau RubiésDr Paul Stock 
Chair: Dr Piers Ludlow 
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2011 
Time: 18.30-20.00 
Venue: 1.07, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
Out of Europe? The United States in an Asian Age
SpeakersProfessor Michael CoxProfessor Arne Westad 
ChairProfessor Niall Ferguson
Date: Wednesday 2 March 2011  
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE 
*Audio and Video*
Germany in the World, 1500-2000: Outlines of a Transnational History
Speaker Professor David Blackbourn
Chair: Professor Dominic Lieven
Date
: Thursday 17 March 2011 
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue:  Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*

2010

Geopolitics and Imperialism: The British Empire and Halford Mackinder
SpeakerDr John Darwin
ChairProfessor Dominic Lieven
Date: Thursday 25 February 2010
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue:  Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
Power Shift: West to East
SpeakersProfessor Michael CoxProfessor Arne Westad 
ChairStryker McGuire
Date: Wednesday 13 October 2010 
Time: 6.30-8pm  
Venue:  Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE 
*Audio and Video*
The Polish Question at the End of the First World War
SpeakerProfessor Anita J Prazmowska
Date: Thursday 28 October 2010
Time: 7-9pm 
Venue:  Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio*
LSE Asia Forum 2010: China: An Emerging Diplomatic Superpower?
SpeakersProfessor Arne Westad, Professor Wang Jisi, Michael Yahuda
Date: Friday 26 March 2010
Venue: China World Hotel, Beijing
*Audio in English and Chinese*
Was the First World War a War that Britain Needed to Fight?
SpeakersProfessor Niall FergusonDr Heather JonesProfessor David Stevenson and Professor Dominic Lieven
Date: Wednesday 24 November 2010 
Time: 4:00-6:00pm 
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE
*Audio*

2009

World War Two: Behind Closed Doors
Speaker:  Laurence Rees
ChairDr Alan Sked
Date: Tuesday 20 January 2009
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
Britain and the Palestine Mandate
SpeakerProfessor Norman Rose
ChairProfessor David Stevenson
Date: Wednesday 4 March 2009
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE
*Audio*
The Tsar Liberates Europe? Russia against Napoleon, 1807-1814
Speaker: Professor Dominic Lieven
Date
: Thursday 8 October 2009
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
*Audio and Video*

AntonyBest

Dr Antony Best
PhD Programme Director

- Why should students study at LSE?
- What are the benefits of studying in London?
- What does the department offer its students that other departments in the UK and around the world don’t offer?
- What skills does a history research degree provide students with?
- What opportunities are open to history graduates?
- Why did you want to study history?

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2014
 

TanyaHarmerPR

Dr Tanya Harmer
LSE-Columbia Programme Director

Dr Tanya Harmer, Associate Professor at the Department of International History, introduces students to the Double MSc International & World Affairs Programme offered by LSE in partnership with Columbia University. This two-year programme covers various modules, including international history, world politics, and international economics. The dissertation allows students to focus on a specific topic. Prospective students should have a relevant undergraduate degree and a passion for the subject. Successful students find work in governmental and private organisations.

Watch the interview recorded and hosted by Postgraduate Research | Video recorded in 2013/2014
 

HeatherJonesPR

Dr Heather Jones
Masters Tutor

Dr Heather Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of International History, introduces students to postgraduate programmes that are offered in partnership with other institutions. These are the LSE-Columbia University Double Degree in International and World History and the LSE-PKU Double Degree in Public Administration and Government, organised jointly by LSE and Peking University. The Department offers three other one-year programmes that examine the history of international relations and colonialism and globalisation. Students can find jobs in the government and in private firms.

Watch the interview recorded and hosted by Postgraduate Research | Video recorded in 2013/2014 | All values were correct at the time of the interview
 

MJonesVideo

Professor Matthew Jones
Research Committee Chair

- Why should students study at LSE?
- What are the benefits of studying in London?
- What skills does a history research degree provide students with?
- What opportunities are open to history graduates?
- Why did you want to study history?

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2014
 

PaulKeenan1PR

Dr Paul Keenan
LSE-PKU Programme Director

Dr Paul Keenan, Associate Professor from the Department of International History, introduces students to the LSE-PKU Double Degree in Public Administration and Government, organised jointly by LSE and Peking University. This is a two-year programme; students finish the first year of their studies in Peking University in China and complete their second year of studies at LSE. The programme offers an insight into the world of public policy and administration in two very different countries. Successful students can go into academia or find jobs in the government and in private firms.

Watch the interview recorded and hosted by Postgraduate Research | Video recorded in 2013/2014
 
Piers Ludlow
Dr Piers Ludlow

- The International History Department
- Teaching
- Careers
- London life

Click above to watch the videos | Videos recorded in 2005/2006
 

PaulStockPR

Dr Paul Stock
Masters Admissions Advisor

Dr Paul Stock, Assistant Professor in the Department of International History, introduces students to various one-year postgraduate programmes. These include MScs in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation; History of International Relations; and Theory and History of International Relations. The programmes cover the history of international relations and explore how it affects the global economy. Prospective applicants should have any undergraduate degree with a good academic score. Successful students find work in the government, NGOs, museums, archives and libraries, and also in academia.

Watch the interview recorded and hosted by Postgraduate Research | Video recorded in 2013/2014
 

Learn what these International History courses are about, how they are structured and how students can benefit from taking them in order to better understand the world we live in today.

Undergraduate Courses

BestMay2015
HY113: From Empire to Independence

Dr Antony Best

This course is available on the BA in History, BSc in Economic History, BSc in Environment and Development, BSc in Government and History and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
LudlowMay2015
HY206: The International History of the Cold War, 1945-1989

Dr Piers Ludlow

This course is available on the BA in History, BSc in Government and History, BSc in International Relations and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
BestHY235May2015
HY235: Modernity and the State in East Asia: China, Japan and Korea since 1840

Dr Antony Best

This course is available on the BA in History, BSc in Government and History, BSc in International Relations and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students. May be taken by 3rd years where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
LudlowHY238May2015
HY238: The Cold War and European Integration, 1947-1992

Dr Piers Ludlow

This course is available on the BA in History, BSc in Government and History, BSc in International Relations and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
LewisHY240May2015
HY240: From Empire to Commonwealth: war, race and imperialism in British History, 1780 to the present day

Dr Joanna Lewis

This course is available on the BA in History and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
StockHY323May2015
HY323: Travel, Pleasure and Politics: The European Grand Tour, 1670-1825

Dr Paul Stock

This course is available on the BA in History, BSc in Government and History and BSc in International Relations and History. This course is available as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit and to General Course students.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 

Postgraduate Courses

LudlowHY400May2015
HY400: Crisis Decision-Making in War and Peace 1914-2003

Dr Piers Ludlow

This course is compulsory on the MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University). This course is available on the MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia) and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
LudlowHY411May2015
HY411: European Integration in the Twentieth Century

Dr Piers Ludlow

This course is available on the MSc in Comparative Politics, MSc in European Studies: Ideas and Identities, MSc in European Studies: Ideas and Identities (LSE and Sciences Po), MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University), MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia), MSc in Politics and Government in the European Union and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
LewisHY436May2015
HY436: Race, Violence and Colonial Rule in Africa

Dr Joanna Lewis

This course is available on the MSc in Conflict Studies, MSc in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation, MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University), MSc in International Migration and Public Policy, MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia) and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
BestHY461May2015
HY461: East Asia in the Age of Imperialism, 1839-1945

Dr Antony Best

This course is available on the MSc in Comparative Politics, MSc in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation, MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University), MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia) and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
RajakHY465May2015
HY465: The International History of the Balkans since 1939: State Projects, Wars, and Social Conflict

Dr Svetozar Rajak

This course is available on the MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University), MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia) and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 
StockHY469May2015
HY469: Maps, History and Power: The Spaces and Cultures of the Past

Dr Paul Stock

This course is available on the MSc in Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation, MSc in History of International Relations, MSc in International Affairs (LSE and Peking University), MSc in International and World History (LSE and Columbia) and MSc in Theory and History of International Relations. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.

Watch the interview | Video recorded in May 2015
 

BA History

JasmineBSc

Jasmine Gill
BA History, 2nd Year

1. What are the benefits of studying in London?
2. Why did you choose to do the BA History at our department?
3. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
4. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
5. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

JamieBSc

Jamie Pelling
BA History, 3rd Year

1. What are the benefits of studying in London?
2. Why did you choose to do the BA History at our department?
3. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
4. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
5. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

BSc History and International Relations

MorganBSc

Morgan Bennett
BSc History and International Relations, 3rd Year

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the BSc History and International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

JackBSc

Jack Kelly
BSc History and International Relations, 2nd Year

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the BSc History and International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

MSc History of International Relations 

FadiMSc
Fadi Esber
MSc History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc History of International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

AnkitaMukhopadhyay

Ankita Mukhopadhyay
MSc History of International Relations

Ankita talks to Study at LSE about her degree, our department, why one should study International History and the experience of studying at LSE.

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2014/2015)
 

MSc Theory and History of International Relations

KevinHMSc

Kevin Hempstead
MSc Theory and History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc Theory and History of International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

ClaraMSc

Clara Rees-Jones
MSc Theory and History of International Relations

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you choose to do the MSc Theory and History of International Relations at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the teaching, supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

LSE-Columbia Double MA in International and World History

Video Series on International History and Dissertation Research Produced in 2014

Madiha Bataineh, a graduate on the LSE-Columbia Dual Masters programme, has made a short series of videos about researching a topic in international history. The project, which draws on the experiences of a number of her contemporaries in the programme, explores their research topics and how they were drawn to investigate them in the archives. It is an exploration of the historian's work and its many twists and turns. The three short films can be found here: Projects in International History, Letters from the Archive, and A Thought on International History.

LSE-Columbia 2009/2010

Students talk about their experience in 2010

- What have you enjoyed about studying at LSE?
- What are the benefits of studying in London?
- What are you planning to do after graduation?

(Recorded in 2009/2010. Click above to watch the videos.)
 
 

MSc in History of International Relations

Marie Julie Chenard

Marie Julie Chenard
MSc in History of International Relations

- Studying International History at the LSE
- The International History Department
- Choosing courses
- The LSE student
- Careers

(Student in 2005/2006. Click above to watch the videos.)
 

Duncan Hill

Duncan Hill
MSc in History of International Relations

- Studying International History at the LSE
- The International History Department
- Choosing courses
- The LSE student
- London life
- Careers

(Student in 2005/2006. Click above to watch the videos. )
 

Adam Boyce

Adam Noyce
MSc in History of International Relations

- Studying International History at the LSE
- The International History Department
- Choosing courses
- The LSE student
- London life
- Careers 

(Student in 2004/2005. Click above to watch the videos.)

 

Manusmriti

Manusmriti
MSc in History of International Relations

- Studying International History at the LSE
- The International History Department
- Choosing courses
- The LSE student
- London life

Student in 2004/2005. Click above to watch the videos.)
 

PhD International History

OllieElliot

Ollie Elliot
PhD International History, 2nd Year

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you decide to do a PhD in International History at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

CornelisCeere

Cornelis Heere
PhD International History, 2nd Year

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you decide to do a PhD in International History at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 

PeteMillwood

Pete Millwood
PhD International History, 1st Year

1. Why did you choose to study at LSE?
2. What are the benefits of studying in London?
3. Why did you decide to do a PhD in International History at our department?
4. What do you hope to gain from your degree?
5. How do you find the supervision and social life within the department?
6. What are you planning to do after you graduate?

*Watch the interview*

(Recorded in 2013/2014)
 
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