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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.
AHRC Grant for Improving Cultural Work

AHRC Grant for Improving Cultural Work

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CMCI lecturer Dr Bridget Conor has won an AHRC network grant for a project 'Improving Cultural Work: Combating inequality and exclusion in the cultural and creative industries'.
Inside the world of national service

Inside the world of national service

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Professor of History Richard Vinen discusses his latest book, which explores conscription in Britain between 1945 and 1963. Looking at its impact on class, masculinity, sexuality and national identity, Vinen argues that the historical significance of national service has been greatly underestimated.
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Uppe Folly

Uppe Folly

Date
1/31 Oct 2014
Location
Quad Strand Campus
Description
A pop-up folly in the Quad, Strand Campus from Mobile Studio. Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival.
Sir John Hill (1714-1775)

Sir John Hill (1714-1775)

Date
31 Oct 2014
Location
River Room King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Sir John Hill (1714-1775) and London Life in the 1750s. A day of talks by expert scholars to explore the colourful life of Sir John Hill and the complex world he moved in. Presented by the Centre for Life-Writing Research, in collaboration with the Centre for Enlightenment Studies at King's.
Endless Talk: the counterculture & the interview

Endless Talk: the counterculture & the interview

Date
3 Nov 2014
Location
K0.16 King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Colloquium from the Life Writers of London, for postgraduates and early career researchers.
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