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CMCI hosts prestigious symposium on the value of culture

CMCI hosts prestigious symposium on the value of culture

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The UK's longest-serving Culture Minister, the Rt Hon Ed Vaizey MP, together with BBC Head of Arts Jonty Claypole, were among a prestigious list of speakers at "Beyond Value for Money", a symposium on cultural value staged by the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries.
Rumbling around Greece!

Rumbling around Greece!

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Students in the King's College London Department of Classics have just returned from a magical week in Greece – fully funded by the department's Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund. This year saw the largest trip in the Rumble Fund's history, with thirty BA and MA students setting off to Athens, Piraeus and Delphi as part of their module on the 'Classical Art of the Body: Greek Sculpture and its Legacy'.
Students take part in data hackathon with experts and journalists

Students take part in data hackathon with experts and journalists

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On 2 December 2016 the Department of Digital Humanities ran its first data journalism hackathon workshop, giving Masters students the opportunity to gain hands-on data journalism experience while supported by experts in the field including Alex Cobham (Tax Justice Network), Professor Richard Murphy (City University/Tax Research UK/Tax Justice Network), David Mihalyi (Natural Resource Governance Initiative), Milena Marin (Amnesty International) and Ben Meghreblian (Open Knowledge International), and supported by data journalists Tom Wills (The Times) and Leila Haddou (Financial Times).
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Voicing Sin

Voicing Sin

Date
17 Jan 2017
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Sarah Bowden considers a variety of German poetic and pragmatic texts on sin, confession and penance in the light of purported changes to penitential theology in the long 12th century.
Voicing Sin

Voicing Sin

Date
17 Jan 2017
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Sarah Bowden considers a variety of German poetic and pragmatic texts on sin, confession and penance in the light of purported changes to penitential theology in the long 12th century.

Digital Distribution and Entertainment Media

Date
18 Jan 2017
Location
S-3.20 Strand building Strand campus
Description
DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION AND ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA, Television, Internet, Piracy, Digital Media Distribution, CMCI RESEARCH SEMINARS 2016-17,
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