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Dr Roberta Comunian's new edited book Higher Education and the Creative Economy has been published by Routledge

Dr Roberta Comunian's new edited book Higher Education and the Creative Economy has been published by Routledge

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We are delighted to announce the publication of Dr Roberta Comunian's new edited book Higher Education and the Creative Economy, Beyond the campus, co-edited with Abigail Gilmore. The book critically engages with the complex interconnections between higher education, geography, cultural policy and the creative economy.
Dean and Vice-Dean visit sister university in USA

Dean and Vice-Dean visit sister university in USA

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill welcomed King's College London's Russell Goulbourne, dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and Raphael Woolf, vice dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, in early April to discuss ongoing collaborations in the arts, social sciences and humanities.
Dr Roberta Comunian advises on the preservation of historic buildings in Vicenza

Dr Roberta Comunian advises on the preservation of historic buildings in Vicenza

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At the core of the regeneration is an historical building, 'Fabbrica Alta' (Tall Factory) designed in 1861 by the Belgian architect Auguste Vivroux. The research of Dr Roberta Comunian – who looked at the use of cultural and creative industries in other sites of urban regeneration in the UK, such as Newcastle-Gateshead will offer an opportunity to bring an international perspective into the future development.
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Menzies Seminar: Catherine Horne

Menzies Seminar: Catherine Horne

Date
1 Jun 2016
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
This is a seminar by the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies. Part of the Arts and Humanities Institute at King's College London.
Climate Actions 2016 with Prof Tim Flannery

Climate Actions 2016 with Prof Tim Flannery

Date
2 Jun 2016
Location
King's College London, New Hunts House Guy's Campus
Description
Friends of Australian Wildlife Conservancy present Climate Actions: 2016 with Prof. Tim Flannery, Mike Rann AC & Daniel Rossetto.
Queer@King's Annual Lecture

Queer@King's Annual Lecture

Date
2 Jun 2016
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
This lecture takes his permissive mantra — "It's all allowed" — as its starting point, and asks how the logic of permission might speak to the related issues of freedom, agency, and choice, in relation to sexuality and identity, in performance and beyond.
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