Monday 29 April 2013, 09.45
Challenges of Global Governance - Perspectives from London and Moscow
JKTL Nash Theatre (K2.31), King’s Building, Strand Campus
The King’s Russia Institute together with the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation and the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House are hosting conference on Challenges of Global Governance: Perspectives from London and Moscow. Prior registration is required to ensure a place. Please RSVP no later than Friday 26 April.
Monday 22 April 2013, 18.30
Brazil: A Traveller’s Perspective with Michael Palin and John Paul Davidson
The Edmond J. Safra Memorial Lecture Theatre, King's Building, Strand Campus
Renowned BBC presenter Michael Palin and television director John Paul Davidson in conversation with King’s Brazil Institute academic Dr Jeff Garmany.
Wednesday 20 March 2013 17:00 - 19:00
Global Institutes Open Evening
King's Strand Campus
Participants have the chance to meet academics and current students from our masters and research programmes. There are nine masters programmes available across the Institutes, some of which have scholarships and internships attached.
Thursday 7 March 2013, 18:30-20:00
Global Institutes Forum: Feeding the World? Brazil, China and India in Global Perspective
Old Anatomy Lecture Theatre, 6th Floor, King's Building, Strand
This event, part of the Global Institutes Forum series organised by the Brazil, China and India Institutes at King’s, will examine the issues of food and hunger from the vantage point of these three major emerging economies.
Friday 22 February 2013
Democratic Brazil Ascendant
Room S-2.08, Strand Building, Strand Campus
A two-day conference on Brazil’s emergence as a global power, taking place at the University of Oxford (Thursday 21 February) and King’s (Friday 22 February). Panels include experts from Brazil, North America, Australia and the UK reflecting on the successes and challenges still facing Brazil. Free to attend but you must book a place on the event (see above link for details).
Monday 4 February 2013
The Institute of North American Studies presents - The Politics of Social Media
Edmund J Safra Lecture Theatre, King's Building, Strand Campus
Social media are both subject to political surveillance and sites of political resistance and community mobilisation. This interdisciplinary event explores the political uses and abuses of social media in different global contexts. No registration required. All welcome!
Thursday 13 December 2012
Global Institutes Forum
King's College London, Strand Campus
Following on from last year’s ‘Distinguished Lecture Series’ held in collaboration with the Lau China and King’s India Institutes, the ‘Global Institutes Forum’ has been created to explore questions of urban growth and sustainable development in Brazil, China, and India.
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Monday 26 November 2012, 17:30 - 20:30
KingKennedy film screening
K6.29, King's Building Strand Campus
The Institute of North American Studies at King's play host to one of the first screenings in the UK of KingKennedy: A Documentary.The film is constructed from archive footage of three men: John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy. The film will be followed by a Q&A session with the film's producer, Howard Goldstein.The event is free and open to all.
Monday 29 October - Friday 2 November
Go Global 2012
King's College London, Strand Campus
Go Global is an annual week of activities and events all with the aim of enhancing the international visibility of the College whilst encouraging staff and students to develop links and gain experience from overseas partners.
Wednesday 31 October, 14:30-15:30
Hong Ling - Chinese Landscape Painting and Contemporary Life
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus
Leading Chinese contemporary landscape artist Hong Ling discusses with Dr Ralph Parfect of the Lau China Institute how his art relates to tradition and rapid change in China.
Thursday 18 October, 18:30 – 20:00
Institute of North American Studies panel discussion ‘‘Faith and the Making of Presidents: the Role of Religion in the Upcoming U.S Elections’
The Chapel, King's College London, Strand Campus
As part of the Arts and Humanities Festival 2012, The Institute of North American Studies has organised the panel discussion: ‘Faith and the Making of Presidents: the Role of Religion in the Upcoming U.S Elections’ with the aim to take the upcoming elections as an entry point to a broader debate about the role of religion in American political and public life.
Monday 8 - Friday 12 October
Minas - Heart of Brazil
King's College London, Strand Campus
The Department of Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies in conjuction with Creative Brazil and the King's Brazil Institute presents 'Minas - Heart of Brazil', a festival of Arts & Culture.
Wednesday 19 September – Thursday 11 October, 17.30 – 18.30
Distance learning via MedicineAfrica
Online seminar series
The King’s Centre for Global Health has been involved in distance learning for a number of years. Using the MedicineAfrica webpages, volunteers from King’s Health Partners provide tutoring, supervision and mentoring for health care workers in Somaliland as part of King’s THET Somaliland Partnership (KTSP).
Friday 5 October 2012, from 9:30am
Beijing-London Workshop on Stochastic Analysis
King's College London, River Room, King’s Building, Strand Campus
Dr Markus Riedle, Reader in the Financial Mathematics Group, has been awarded £2,260 by the London Mathematical Society to organise a workshop entitled Beijing-London Workshop on Stochastic Analysis.
Monday 17 - Wednesday 19 September
King's-Taiwan workshop on stem cell and cancer research
Function Room in Henriette Raphael Building on Guy's Campus
Hosted by the Department of Craniofacial and Stem Cell Biology at the Dental Institute, the three-day workshop will bring together leading stem cell biologists from King's and Taiwan's National Yang-Ming University and will include presentations and group discussions.
Wednesday 12 September, 3:30pm
Public Lecture: Paul Readman Discusses British Mountaineering
UNC-Chapel Hill, Hamilton Hall, Room 569
Paul Readman, Senior Lecturer in Modern British History at King's College London, will present his paper "Reassessing British Mountaineering in the Age of Imperialism: Masculinity, Modernity and the Natural World, c.1870-1914" in a lecture sponsored by the UNC History Department and the Steering Committee of the UNC-King's College, London Partnership.
Monday 10 September, 17:15 - 18:15
King's international lecture series: Rosalind Franklin lecture
Lecture Theatre 1, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus
David Eisenberg, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California Los Angeles, will deliver the first lecture of the King's International Lecture Series 2012/13, dedicated to Rosalind Franklin.
Thursday 12 July – Saturday 18 August 2012
Exhibition: Photography by Sebastião Salgado
Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing, King's College London, Strand Campus
The exhibition features works from the Arden Collection of 20th century photographs, including iconic photographs from Salgado's early career.
Wednesday 22 February, 0930 – 1600
A Season of Changes in Africa
The Council Room, King's Building, Strand Campus. The African Leadership Centre presents a simulation scenarios conference: A Season of Changes in Africa: Is the voice of the continent getting louder?
Tuesday 29 November, 18:30
Brazil, China, and India: Comparative Perspectives on Domestic and International Governance
Old Anatomy Theatre (K6.29), King’s Building, Strand Campus, WC2R 2LS, Free to attend, no need to book.
Wednesday 23 November, 17:00
King’s Health Partners International Lecture Series
New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus.
Monday 14 November, 18:30 – 21:00
Distinguished Lecture Series: Who Wants to be the Next Superpower?
On 14 November 2011 experts from the College’s Brazil, China and India Institutes will be discussing the rise in influence from emerging economies that has taken place in recent years.
Thursday 3 November, 17:00 – 19:00
Panel Discussion - Anglo-American Relations during the Civil War
Strand Campus, Seminar Room, Norfolk Building.