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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.

King's in Conversation with…Alex Bubb and John Stokes

King's in Conversation with…Alex Bubb and John Stokes
Date
11 February 2016 (18:10-19:45)
Location
Small Committee Room King's Building Strand Campus
Description
The 'King's in Conversation with…' speaker series is delighted to present Alex Bubb in dialogue with John Stokes on Alex's new book Meeting without Knowing It: Kipling and Yeats at the Fin de Siècle

Afrofuturism Archive Artefact Accrue

Afrofuturism Archive Artefact Accrue
Date
12 February 2016 (18:00-20:00)
Location
K0.16 King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Dr Mark Bould (UWE, Bristol) presents 'Afrofuturism Archive Artefact Accrue', as part of the 'King's Fantastic Talks' series.

Multilingual Literature and Monolingual Criticism

Multilingual Literature and Monolingual Criticism
Date
17 February 2016 (16:30-19:00)
Location
6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Matthew Reynolds (St Anne's College, Oxford) presents 'Multilingual Literature and Monolingual Criticism'. Part of the Comparative Literature Research Seminar series.

Unseen City: Travelling Psychoanalysis and the Urban Poor

Unseen City: Travelling Psychoanalysis and the Urban Poor
Date
18 February 2016 (17:00-19:00)
Location
S-1.22 Strand Campus
Description
Postcolonial Studies Network (Departments of English and Comparative Literature) along with the 'King's in Conversation with…' speaker series, are delighted to host a talk entitled 'Unseen City: Travelling Psychoanalysis and the Urban Poor' by Ankhi Mukherjee, Professor of English and World Literature at the University of Oxford.

Playful Learning: Literature and Ethics

Playful Learning: Literature and Ethics
Date
25 February 2016 (16:30-19:00)
Location
VWB 3.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Thomas Pavel (University of Chicago) presents 'Playful Learning: Literature and Ethics'. Part of the Comparative Literature Research Seminar series.

Gramsci's Anti-Colonial Readings

Gramsci's Anti-Colonial Readings
Date
25 February 2016 (16:30-19:00)
Location
VWB 6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Tom Langley (King's College London) presents 'Gramsci's Anti-Colonial Readings'. Part of the Comparative Literature Research Seminar series.

After nature: fictions, fantasies, futures

After nature: fictions, fantasies, futures
Date
26 February 2016 (18:30-20:00)
Location
K0.16 King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Dr Lisa Garforth (Newcastle University) presents 'After nature: fictions, fantasies, futures', as part of the 'King's Fantastic Talks' series.

Fabulated Monsters through the Gates of the Anthropocene

Fabulated Monsters through the Gates of the Anthropocene
Date
3 March 2016 (18:00-20:00)
Location
S-1.22 Strand Building Strand Campus
Description
Prof Patricia MacCormack (Anglia Ruskin University) presents 'Fabulated Monsters through the Gates of the Anthropocene', as part of the 'King's Fantastic Talks' series.

Visions East and West

Visions East and West
Date
16 March 2016 (16:30-19:00)
Location
VWB 6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Ziad Elmarsafy and Kazuyo Murata (King's College London) presents 'Visions East and West'. Part of the Comparative Literature Research Seminar series.
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