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Royster Global Fellows Programme cements King's partnership with UNC Chapel Hill

Royster Global Fellows Programme cements King's partnership with UNC Chapel Hill

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King's College London and US partner the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have launched a joint programme for PhD students, the Royster Global Fellows Programme.
The History of the Six Pack

The History of the Six Pack

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Dr Michael Squire discusses the history of the six pack on the BBC World Service.
King's College London and the Aegis Trust hold conference on digital archives in post-genocide Rwanda

King's College London and the Aegis Trust hold conference on digital archives in post-genocide Rwanda

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The Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the Aegis Trust last week held a conference bringing together academic, private and public sector stakeholders from Rwanda and abroad to explore the implications, impact and transformative effects of digital archives and digitisation processes in understanding the genocide against the Tutsi and post-genocide reconstruction.
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Peacebuilding in Guinea-Bissau

Peacebuilding in Guinea-Bissau

Date
28 Apr 2017
Location
Great Hall, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
With the on-going political crisis in Guinea-Bissau showing no sign of resolution, and no effective government for much of 2016, this one-day workshop funded by the British Academy BARSEA scheme brings together leading historians and musicians from the country to explore alternative dialogues towards peace through culture.
Peacebuilding in Guinea-Bissau

Peacebuilding in Guinea-Bissau

Date
28 Apr 2017
Location
Great Hall, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
With the on-going political crisis in Guinea-Bissau showing no sign of resolution, and no effective government for much of 2016, this one-day workshop funded by the British Academy BARSEA scheme brings together leading historians and musicians from the country to explore alternative dialogues towards peace through culture.
Feminine Singular Book Launch and Author Reading with Hélia Correia

Feminine Singular Book Launch and Author Reading with Hélia Correia

Date
28 Apr 2017
Location
River Room King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Join Camoes for the launch of 'Feminine Singular: Women Growing Up Through Life-Writing in the Luso-Hispanic World', a collection of essays focusing on the variety of women's life-writing in the Luso-Hispanic world. Contributor and acclaimed Portuguese novelist Hélia Correia will be reading from the book.
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