Professor Kurt Barling BA, MSc, PhD joined Middlesex University in 2012. He has been a leading broadcaster for the BBC for 25 years having joined the Television service in 1989. He has covered stories all around the world and operated undercover and in war zones. He has made dozens of primetime documentaries and has won numerous industry awards for his journalism, film-making and writing. Before he embarked on a career in journalism in 1989 Kurt was a Lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics.
Barling, Kurt (2015) Hidden heroes: soldiers from the empire. [Show/Exhibition]
Buller, Amy Ernestine and Barling, Kurt (2016) Finsternis in Deutschland: wie die Deutschen dachten. Elisabeth Sandmann Verlag GmbH, Munchen. ISBN 9783945543092
Barling, Kurt (2015) The R word: racism. Provocations . Biteback Publishing, London, UK. ISBN 9781849549424
Barling, Kurt and Hassaïne, Réda (2014) Abu Hamza: guilty: the fight against radical Islam. Redshank Books, London. ISBN 9780993000201
Barling, Kurt and Akinrinade, Olusola (1998) Nigeria: the edge of the abyss. The World Today, 54 (7). pp. 200-202.
AHRC Funded project to create a pop-up schools exhibition and legacy film for the Hidden Heroes of Empire project £10k
Eastside Community Heritage & Middlesex University; Heroes of Empire; Heritage Lottery Fund; £54.1K; January 2014-Summer 2015
This project is researching the contribution of Commonwealth Soldiers who fought in the Middlesex Regiment during the 1914-18 War.