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Dr Mark Coté speaks to Al Jazeera about online privacy

Dr Mark Coté speaks to Al Jazeera about online privacy

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Digital Humanities' lecturer and MA Big Data director Dr Mark Coté has spoken to Al Jazeera about the Investigatory Powers Act – colloquially dubbed the 'Snooper's Charter' – after it received final parliamentary approval this week.
Dr Zeena Feldman on the Facebook election

Dr Zeena Feldman on the Facebook election

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Digital Humanities lecturer Dr Zeena Feldman has written for OpenDemocracy on the "Facebook witch hunt" in the wake of the EU referendum and US presidential votes. Did Facebook really turn Hillary Clinton from POTUS 45 into Al Gore 2016?
LAHP studentships 2017

LAHP studentships 2017

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The AHRC-funded London Arts & Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership (LAHP) is pleased to announce it will be awarding up to 80 studentships for postgraduate research students studying arts and humanities disciplines at King's College London, School of Advanced Study or University College London commencing October 2017.
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The Song of Roland

The Song of Roland

Date
6 Dec 2016
Location
Council Room (K2.29)
Description
Simon Gaunt and Karen Pratt, both of the Department of French, King's College London, discuss the challenges of translating the Roland and read from their new translation of the poem (The Song of Roland and Other Poems of Charlemagne, Oxford University Press, 2016).
What Happened to the 'Arab Spring'?

What Happened to the 'Arab Spring'?

Date
7 Dec 2016
Location
6.01 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Gilbert Achcar (SOAS) presents the next in the Department of Comparative Literature Research Seminar Series.
King's in Conversation with postcolonial speaker series: India: a colonial power in Kashmir?

King's in Conversation with postcolonial speaker series: India: a colonial power in Kashmir?

Date
7 Dec 2016
Location
VWB 5.29 Virgina Woolf Buiding
Description
The 'King's in Conversation with' postcolonial speaker series welcomes Professor Dibyesh Anand from the University of Westminster, who will be in dialogue with Ananya Kabir on the topic 'India: a colonial power in Kashmir?'
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