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Religion and Human Nature in the European Enlightenment

Religion and Human Nature in the European Enlightenment
Date
18 January (17:15) - 21 March 2016 (17:15)
Description
A seminar programme exploring 18th-century European intellectual history. Co-sponsored by the Centre for Enlightenment Studies and the Departments of History and Political Economy.

By Me William Shakespeare Exhibition

By Me William Shakespeare Exhibition
Date
3 February (10:00) - 29 May 2016 (18:00)
Location
Inigo Rooms Somerset House East Wing
Description
By me William Shakespeare offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity to explore Shakespeare's will. Part of What You Will: King's Shakespeare Festival and Shakespeare400.

The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water
Date
9 February 2016 (17:30-19:00)
Location
Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus, SW1.09
Description
'Changing Words': Metaphrasis and the rewriting of virgin martyrs in Byzantium. Part of the Late Antique and Byzantine seminar series, presented by the Centre for Hellenic Studies.

Travels with Writers: Australia and beyond with Kate Cantrell, Andrew Sant and Michael Eaton

Travels with Writers: Australia and beyond with Kate Cantrell, Andrew Sant and Michael Eaton
Date
9 February 2016 (18:30-20:00)
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Travels with Writers: Australia and beyond with Kate Cantrell, Andrew Sant and Michael Eaton is an event by the Centre for Life Writing Research and the Menzies Centre. These are part of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute at King's College London.

Greek Play 2016 - Euripides' Alcestis

Greek Play 2016 - Euripides' Alcestis
Date
10 (14:30) - 12 February 2016 (19:00)
Location
Greenwood Theatre
Description
The 2016 Greek Play will be Euripides' Alcestis, directed by Saara Salem.

Undone: On the Past to Come

Undone: On the Past to Come
Date
10 February 2016 (16:30-19:00)
Location
6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Arthur Bradley (University of Lancaster) presents 'Undone: On the Past to Come'. Part of the Comparative Literature Research Seminar series.

Colloquia series 2015-16

Date
10 February 2016 (16:45-18:30)
Location
SWB21 Music Department
Description
music colloquia series 2015-16

Research Seminar in French Studies: Things

Research Seminar in French Studies: Things
Date
10 February 2016 (17:00)
Location
VWB 7.01
Description
Jonathan Morton (King's College London), 'Ingenium: making things come alive in the Middle Ages'. Part of the 2015/16 Research Seminar series in French Studies: Things.

Menzies seminar: Celmara Pocock & Citt Williams

Menzies seminar: Celmara Pocock & Citt Williams
Date
10 February 2016 (18:15-20:30)
Location
Somerset House East Wing, Strand Campus, SW1.09
Description
Part of the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies seminar series supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Institute at King's College London.

KCL/UNC Postgraduate Virtual Seminar Series

KCL/UNC Postgraduate Virtual Seminar Series
Date
10 February 2016 (18:30-20:30)
Location
King's Building, Small Committee Room, Strand Campus
Description
A series of international video-conferences between King's College London and the University of North Carolina for staff and postgraduate students to discuss new methodological approaches to the study of nineteenth-century literature in relation to their own work
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