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Rochester by-election coverage

Rochester by-election coverage

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Dr Edoardo Bressanelli appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss this week's controversial Rochester by-election.
New language pathway launches

New language pathway launches

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The Department of European and International Studies, in cooperation with the Department of German, is pleased to announce the launch of a new opportunity for applicants interested in learning German from scratch alongside a BA in European Studies.
Festival digs into the underground

Festival digs into the underground

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Almost 4,000 people flocked to King's for the Arts & Humanities Festival: underground, a ten day programme of talks, workshops and performances, taking in everything from the ruins of Roman London to the bunkers of the Blitz.
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El Greco

El Greco

Date
24 Nov 2014
Location
Council Room K2.29 Strand campus
Description
El Greco, a Cretan painter? A seminar with Angeliki Lymberopoulou (The Open University), hosted by the Centre for Hellenic Studies. Part of the Modern Greek seminar series.
After Arundel & after Gerson

After Arundel & after Gerson

Date
25 Nov 2014
Location
Council Room K2.29 Strand campus
Description
After Arundel and after Gerson: Francophone spirituality in fifteenth-century England. A seminar with Jocelyn Wogan-Browne (Thomas F.X. Mullarkey Chair of Literature, Fordham University), hosted by the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies.
Greek Tragedy and Spanish Golden Age Theatre

Greek Tragedy and Spanish Golden Age Theatre

Date
26 Nov 2014
Location
6.06 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Violeta Varela (University of Salamanca) discusses Greek tragedy and the golden age of Spanish theatre.
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