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Thursday 29th January 2015

The Europeanness of European Cinema

The Europeanness of European Cinema
Description
As European filmmaking is more prominent worldwide than ever before, a new book featuring contributions from Film Studies staff and alumni tries to identify the distinctive character of European cinema.
Date:
29/01/2015
Wednesday 28th January 2015

Virtual repatriation of Mexican historical documents

Virtual repatriation of Mexican historical documents
Description
A former student on the MA in Digital Humanities has just published a digital edition of the Codex Mendoza - a 16th-century manuscript that is now one of the most important sources on Mexico's pre-Hispanic culture.
Date:
28/01/2015
Tuesday 20th January 2015

MA graduate wins 2014 Duncan Tanner Essay Prize

MA graduate wins 2014 Duncan Tanner Essay Prize
Description
Andrew Seaton has been awarded the prize for his MA thesis, "Against the Sacred Cow: NHS Opposition & the Fellowship for Freedom in Medicine"
Date:
20/01/2015

PhD students win Innovative Doctoral Training Award

PhD students win Innovative Doctoral Training Award
Description
Thomas Bottelier and Filippo Costa Buranelli have been awarded a grant for their proposal for a research seminar series, "Is IR Without History Empty? Is History Without IR Blind?"
Date:
20/01/2015
Tuesday 13th January 2015

Professor David Edgerton argues 'World War One has been unnecessarily glorified'

Professor David Edgerton argues 'World War One has been unnecessarily glorified'
Description
Professor Edgerton participated in a debate on the commemoration of the Great War at the Cambridge Union Society in October.
Date:
13/01/2015
Monday 12th January 2015

Anna Reading comments on Charlie Hebdo attack

Anna Reading comments on Charlie Hebdo attack
Description
Professor Anna Reading debates free speech, the relevance of impartiality and objectivity in journalism as part of this interview for Aljazeera (3 min 50).
Date:
12/01/2015
Friday 9th January 2015

Preserving the cultural heritage of Libya

Preserving the cultural heritage of Libya
Description
Dr Hafed Walda has been appointed to the Libyan delegation to UNESCO.
Date:
09/01/2015
Tuesday 6th January 2015

Magna Carta - 800 years on

Magna Carta - 800 years on
Description
Writing in The Guardian, Professor David Carpenter considers the huge significance of Magna Carta,
Date:
06/01/2015
Thursday 18th December 2014

King's ranked 1st in UK for Politics

King's ranked 1st in UK for Politics
Description
King's is ranked first in the UK for Politics and International Studies according in the Research Excellence Framework (THE). The unit comprised of staff from the Departments of European and International Studies, Defence Studies, Political Economy, the Global Institutes and the Department of War Studies.
Date:
18/12/2014

Modern Languages ranked 9th in the country in the REF

Modern Languages ranked 9th in the country in the REF
Description
The Modern Languages departments at King's College London are pleased to announce that they have been ranked 9th in the UK in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) power rankings. The departments also performed well in terms of impact with 100% of their research rated as having an outstanding (4*) or considerable reach and significance.
Date:
18/12/2014
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