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Prof Patrick Wright explores English identity and Brexit in new BBC Radio 4 series

Prof Patrick Wright explores English identity and Brexit in new BBC Radio 4 series

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What is Englishness, and what has the English identity to do with Brexit? Professor Patrick Wright explores the development of Englishness from the 19th century through to the present day in a BBC Radio 4 documentary series, The English Fix, starting Monday 6 February at 11am.
Medieval Academy of America awards DigiPal project

Medieval Academy of America awards DigiPal project

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A King's College London project that digitised thousands of medieval handwriting samples has been awarded the inaugural Medieval Academy of America's inaugural Digital Humanities Prize.
PhD graduate Greg Buchanan creates computer game

PhD graduate Greg Buchanan creates computer game

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English PhD candidate Greg Buchanan's computer game 'Paper Drumpf' takes a satirical look at the US presidential election.
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Charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre

Charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre

Date
27 Feb 2017
Location
Council Room King's building Strand campus
Description
Prof Christopher Balme (Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama) discusses charismatic leadership and theatrical authority in German theatre
The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society

The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society

Date
27 Feb 2017
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31) Strand Campus
Description
Join the CDC for 'The People's Memes: Populist Politics in a Digital Society' which will host a number of speakers who have been investigating the nexus between populism and digital technology.
Between China and the Viking North

Between China and the Viking North

Date
28 Feb 2017
Location
Somerset House East Wing (SW-2.07)
Description
Natalija Ristovska is a D.Phil. student in archaeology, University of Oxford. Her research interests include various aspects of the Byzantine minor arts such as patronage, ownership and patterns of use; production centres and distribution patterns of medieval vessels, furnishings and jewellery made of or decorated with metal and glass; exchange in crafted goods and skilled artisans between the Byzantine empire and foreign polities, as well as the impact of such exchange on the production and tastes of the recipient societies.
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