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Arabic Week at King's

Arabic Week at King's
Date
23 (12:00) - 26 January 2017 (21:00)
Location
Strand Campus - King's College London
Description
The Department of Comparative Literature, Department of English and the Modern Language Centre present a week of lunchtime taster sessions, film screenings and panel conversations to celebrate the first Arabic Week at King's College London.

Jane Scott, The Lost Amazon of the Strand

Jane Scott, The Lost Amazon of the Strand
Date
23 January 2017 (18:30-20:30)
Location
Anatomy Museum King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Jacky Bratton (Professor Emeritus, Royal Holloway, University of London) and Gilli Bush-Bailey (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) discuss the ways Jane Scott's Romantic theatre practice challenges the twenty-first century imagination.

Pagan statuary in the 6th century

Pagan statuary in the 6th century
Date
24 January 2017 (17:30-19:00)
Location
Somerset House East Wing (SW-2.07)
Description
Ine Jacobs is Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology and Visual Culture at the University of Oxford.

Department of German Research Seminar

Department of German Research Seminar
Date
25 January 2017 (12:30-14:00)
Location
22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE, VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Dr Katya Krylova will speak on Contemporary Austrian Literature and Culture. Part of the Department of German research seminar series 2016-17.

Research Seminar in SPLAS

Research Seminar in SPLAS
Date
25 January 2017 (16:15-17:45)
Location
22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE, VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Dr Christine Mathias (Department of History): 'Thanks to God, Juan, and Evita: Indigenous Leaders, Peronism, and the Argentine Nation-State'. Part of the Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies research seminar series 2016/17.

Book launch: Sebastian Matzner's Rethinking Metonymy published

Date
25 January 2017 (16:30-18:00)
Location
6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Dr Sebastian Matzner's book Rethinking Metonymy: Literary Theory and Poetic Practice from Pindar to Jakobson has been published by Oxford University Press as the latest addition to the new Classics in Theory series. To celebrate the launch of Dr Matzner's book, the Department of Classics and Comparative Literature at King's College London will hold a joint research seminar.

Book Launch: Dr Sebastian Matzner's Rethinking Metonymy

Book Launch: Dr Sebastian Matzner's Rethinking Metonymy
Date
25 January 2017 (16:30-18:30)
Location
6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
To celebrate the launch of Dr Matzner's book, Rethinking Metonymy, the Departments of Classics and Comparative Literature at King's College London will hold a joint research seminar.

Women's Voices in Lusophone Poetry

Women's Voices in Lusophone Poetry
Date
25 January 2017 (18:00-19:30)
Location
Chapel, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
King's students of Portuguese language will bring women's voices in Lusophone poetry to light at the College Chapel. At this intimate and peaceful location, students and guests will perform poems. This bilingual reading will cover modern and contemporary authors from across the Portuguese speaking countries.

King's Postcolonial Seminars and Conversations' series: The ABC of Queen Victoria's Empire, Or a Primer of Conquest, Dissent and Disruption

King's Postcolonial Seminars and Conversations' series: The ABC of Queen Victoria's Empire, Or a Primer of Conquest, Dissent and Disruption
Date
25 January 2017 (18:00-19:30)
Location
K-1.56 King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
The 'King's in Conversation with' postcolonial speaker series welcomes Prof Antoinette Burton in dialogue with Jo McDonagh from King's and Margot Finn from UCL on her latest book The ABC of Queen Victoria's Empire, Or a Primer of Conquest, Dissent and Disruption,as part of its 'in conversations with' talks.

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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