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King's thinkers join HowTheLightGetsIn festival

King's thinkers join HowTheLightGetsIn festival

Description
David Papineau, Clare Carlisle, Christopher Hamilton and Alex Callinicos will be speaking at the HowTheLightGetsIn 2015 festival in May
Ukraine, Russia and the West podcast

Ukraine, Russia and the West podcast

Description
As the situation in Ukraine continues to escalate, Dr Gonzalo Pozo-Martin, Lecturer in International Political Economy, looks at the conflict which has ravaged Ukraine for well over a year and the wider impacts it has on relations between Russia and the West.
Philosophy 3rd in the UK in the REF

Philosophy 3rd in the UK in the REF

Description
The Department of Philosophy has announced that it has been ranked 3rd in the UK for both quality and power according the Research Excellence Framework (REF) rankings.
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Visualizing Fascisms

Visualizing Fascisms

Date
27 Apr 2015
Location
K0.16, king's building, Strand campus
Description
A workshop hosted by the Centre for Modern Literature & Culture and the Department of German.
Hamann, Blake & the Moravians

Hamann, Blake & the Moravians

Date
28 Apr 2015
Location
VB3.01, Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Anglo-German connection in Hamann, Blake & the Moravians. With Alexander Regier (Rice University), hosted byt he Centre for Enlightenment Studies at King's.
Sonic Illumination: Performance, play and the language of Old English poetry

Sonic Illumination: Performance, play and the language of Old English poetry

Date
28 Apr 2015
Location
River Room King's Building Strand Campus
Description
A collaborative performance and translation of the Old English 'Riming Poem', featuring Caroline Bergvall, Tom Chivers (Penned in the Margins) and Forster & Heighes.
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