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Black Cultural Archives: Towards a National Institution

Date
20 February 2017 (18:30-20:00)
Location
Safra Lecture Theatre
Description
Black Cultural Archives; King's College London

The Poetry Society Annual Lecture with Jan Wagner

The Poetry Society Annual Lecture with Jan Wagner
Date
22 February 2017 (19:00-21:00)
Location
Safra Lecture Theatre Ground Floor Strand Campus
Description
"POETRY AND" with King's College English and German Departments. The Poetry Society Annual Lecture in association with Goethe-Institut, London

Your Future, After the Past: A practical guide to history-related careers

Date
27 February 2017 (18:30-20:00)
Location
8th floor, History Department Open Space, Strand Building
Description
A practical guide to history related careers

The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society

The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society
Date
27 February 2017 (18:30-20:00)
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31) Strand Campus
Description
Join the CDC for 'The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society' which will host a number of speakers who have been investigating the nexus between populism and digital technology.

Charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre

Charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre
Date
27 February 2017 (18:30-20:30)
Location
Council Room King's building Strand campus
Description
Prof Christopher Balme (Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) discusses charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre

Sonnets of Dark Love: The Tamarit Divan

Sonnets of Dark Love: The Tamarit Divan
Date
27 February 2017 (18:45)
Location
K4U.12 King's Building Strand Campus, London WC2
Description
Launch event to celebrate the publication of a bilingual version of 'Sonnets of Dark Love: The Tamarit Divan' by Federico García Lorca.

Between China and the Viking North

Between China and the Viking North
Date
28 February 2017 (17:30-19:00)
Location
Somerset House East Wing (SW-2.07)
Description
Natalija Ristovska is a D.Phil. student in archaeology, University of Oxford. Her research interests include various aspects of the Byzantine minor arts such as patronage, ownership and patterns of use; production centres and distribution patterns of medieval vessels, furnishings and jewellery made of or decorated with metal and glass; exchange in crafted goods and skilled artisans between the Byzantine empire and foreign polities, as well as the impact of such exchange on the production and tastes of the recipient societies.

Intransitive Encounter

Intransitive Encounter
Date
28 February 2017 (18:00-20:00)
Location
VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Nan Z. Da (University of Notre Dame) presents "Intransitive Encounter" the next in the English Department Research Seminar series.

FD Maurice Lectures 2017

FD Maurice Lectures 2017
Date
28 February (18:00) - 2 March 2017 (19:30)
Location
King's Building Strand Campus
Description
This year's FD Maurice Lectures will be given by Professor David B. Ruderman (University of Pennsylvania) on 'Missionaries, Converts and Maskilim: An Entangled History of Christians, Jews, and Those In Between in 19th-Century Europe'

Research Seminar in SPLAS

Research Seminar in SPLAS
Date
1 March 2017 (16:15-17:45)
Location
22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE, VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
A screening of the documentary film 'Yage is Our Life' about the indigenous people of Putumayo, Colombia and their traditional medicine Yage. Part of the Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies research seminar series 2016/17.
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