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Arts & Humanities students rock!

Arts & Humanities students rock!

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We are pleased to announce this year's Faculty of Arts & Humanities prizes for student excellence, and want to congratulate all the students who won and were nominated this year.
Bringing Medieval England to life online

Bringing Medieval England to life online

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A wealth of insight into the lives and legacies of thousands of medieval families is now available for free online thanks to Mapping the Medieval Countryside, a major collaborative research carried out by the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the University of Winchester.
New professors join the Department of Philosophy

New professors join the Department of Philosophy

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Three new professors are joining King's College London's Department of Philosophy in 2015-16. Professor David Owens (moral and political philosoph), Professor Peter Adamson (late ancient and Islamic philosophy) and Professor Michael Beaney (analytical philosophy).
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Literature at War Conference

Date
19 Sep 2015
Location
Waterloo Franklin Wilkins Building - various locations
Description
Literature at War: H. G. Wells, Ford Madox Ford and their Contemporaries in and around the First World War
Robyn Cadwallader in Conversation

Robyn Cadwallader in Conversation

Date
1 Oct 2015
Location
Great Hall, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
Robyn Cadwallader in Conversation: Writing Recluses in Medieval England is an event organised by the Centre for Late Antiquity and Medieval Studies, which is a centre administered by the Arts and Humanities Research Institute, King's College London.
Paratextual Life Writing in Eighteenth-Century Poetry Books

Paratextual Life Writing in Eighteenth-Century Poetry Books

Date
6 Oct 2015
Location
Council Room (K2.29), King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
"The life of a poet affords but few materials for a narrative": Paratextual Life Writing in Eighteenth-Century Poetry Books will be presented by Sarah Herbe in associated with the Centre for Life Writing and the Centre for Enlightenment Studies. These centres are administered by the Arts and Humanities Research Institute at King's College London.
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