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Why does History Matter?

Date
6 September 2016 (13:30-17:30)
Location
History Department Open Space, S8.08 Level 8 Strand Building
Description
King's College London has a world-class reputation for the study of History and our graduates have excellent career prospects. The King's history degree is designed to develop critical thinking and independence of thought about the past, as well as excellence in oral and written communication and argument. Our unrivalled range of options ensures you can choose an exciting programme of study to develop your interests.

GSSN 4th Annual Symposium

GSSN 4th Annual Symposium
Date
8 (09:15) - 10 September 2016 (16:30)
Location
Various (see programme for details)
Description
The German Screen Studies Network is delighted to announce its 4th Annual Symposium 'A Festival of Ideas exploring German Cinema's Living Pasts, Moving Present'.

Menzies Seminar: Adaptation & History

Menzies Seminar: Adaptation & History
Date
21 September 2016 (18:00-20:01)
Location
Council Room (K2.29), King's College London, Strand Campus
Description
As part of the Menzies Centre's programme of public activities, the annual seminar series helps to produce a comprehensive and balanced perception of Australia's past, present and future across a variety of topics.

Menzies Seminar: Landscape

Menzies Seminar: Landscape
Date
12 October 2016 (18:00-20:00)
Location
King's College London, Strand Campus, SW1.09 Somerset House East Wing
Description
As part of the Menzies Centre's programme of public activities, the annual seminar series helps to produce a comprehensive and balanced perception of Australia's past, present and future across a variety of topics.

Radical Opera: Dido &...

Radical Opera: Dido &...
Date
12 (19:30) - 14 October 2016 (21:30)
Location
Great Hall (Strand Campus)
Description
Radical Opera present — over three nights — a series of reimagined readings of Purcell's Dido & Aeneas as Dido & Belinda.

Roman Cultural Memory A series of conferences on Roman Cultural Memory

Date
3 (09:00) - 5 November 2016 (18:30)
Location
Anatomy Museum
Description
Department of Classics conference focusing on cultural memory in the Roman Republic.

2016 Reese Lecture: Agnieszka Sobocinska

2016 Reese Lecture: Agnieszka Sobocinska
Date
9 November 2016 (18:00-21:00)
Location
King's College London, Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31), Strand Campus
Description
In this lecture, Dr Agnieszka Sobocinska will trace the contribution of volunteering programs to popular conceptions of international development in Australia, Britain and the United States during the 1950s and 1960s.

Menzies Seminar: Screen Media & Alterity

Menzies Seminar: Screen Media & Alterity
Date
16 November 2016 (18:00-20:01)
Location
King's College London, Strand Campus, SW1.09 Somerset House East Wing
Description
As part of the Menzies Centre's programme of public activities, the annual seminar series helps to produce a comprehensive and balanced perception of Australia's past, present and future across a variety of topics.

Menzies Seminar: Popular Culture

Menzies Seminar: Popular Culture
Date
14 December 2016 (18:00-20:01)
Location
Council Room (K2.29), King's College London, Strand Campus
Description
As part of the Menzies Centre's programme of public activities, the annual seminar series helps to produce a comprehensive and balanced perception of Australia's past, present and future across a variety of topics.

Menzies Seminar: Colony, Post-Colony?

Menzies Seminar: Colony, Post-Colony?
Date
25 January 2017 (18:00-20:00)
Description
As part of the Menzies Centre's programme of public activities, the annual seminar series helps to produce a comprehensive and balanced perception of Australia's past, present and future across a variety of topics.
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