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Tuesday 24th January 2017

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais
Date
11/11/2016 - 27/01/2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
This photo exhibition of daily life in the refugee camp in Calais is the result of the research project 'Humans of Calais' by four King's MA Students based in the Department of War Studies.
Categories:
Culture, Exhibition

Nursing the image

Nursing the image
Date
11/01/2017 - 10/02/2017
Location
Beckenham, Bethlem Gallery, Bethlem Royal Hospital, BR3 3BX, Kent, Monks Orchard Road
Description
Nursing the image is a new exhibition that has two distinct starting points: mainstream representations of nursing in the media and within the institution and recent research addressing issues of stress and burnout in mental health nursing.
Categories:
Culture, Exhibition

Digital Repertoires for Arms Trade Research

Digital Repertoires for Arms Trade Research
Date
24/01/2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
Dr Feigenbaum, Principal Academic in Digital Storytelling at Bournemouth University, draws on her experience across three collaborative projects to look at how researchers and campaigners can use digital tools to render visible the violence of 'less lethal' weapons.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar

Pagan statuary in the 6th century

Pagan statuary in the 6th century
Date
24/01/2017
Location
Somerset House East Wing (SW-2.07)
Description
Ine Jacobs is Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology and Visual Culture at the University of Oxford.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Culture

"The Russian ground troops' new combat capabilities (tactics and hardware)"

"The Russian ground troops' new combat capabilities (tactics and hardware)"
Date
24/01/2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)
Description
Dr Sutyagin will be assessing the current state of Russian combat capabilities and conventional military power, which is particularly relevant in current security climate.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 25th January 2017

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais
Date
11/11/2016 - 27/01/2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
This photo exhibition of daily life in the refugee camp in Calais is the result of the research project 'Humans of Calais' by four King's MA Students based in the Department of War Studies.
Categories:
Culture, Exhibition

Nursing the image

Nursing the image
Date
11/01/2017 - 10/02/2017
Location
Beckenham, Bethlem Gallery, Bethlem Royal Hospital, BR3 3BX, Kent, Monks Orchard Road
Description
Nursing the image is a new exhibition that has two distinct starting points: mainstream representations of nursing in the media and within the institution and recent research addressing issues of stress and burnout in mental health nursing.
Categories:
Culture, Exhibition

Department of German Research Seminar

Department of German Research Seminar
Date
25/01/2017
Location
22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE, VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Dr Katya Krylova will speak on Contemporary Austrian Literature and Culture. Part of the Department of German research seminar series 2016-17.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar

Research Seminar in SPLAS

Research Seminar in SPLAS
Date
25/01/2017
Location
22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE, VWB 6.32 Virginia Woolf Building
Description
Dr Christine Mathias (Department of History): 'Thanks to God, Juan, and Evita: Indigenous Leaders, Peronism, and the Argentine Nation-State'. Part of the Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies research seminar series 2016/17.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar

Nightingale Lecture Series: 'Found in Translation' - Patricia Grocott's Inaugural Lecture

Nightingale Lecture Series: 'Found in Translation' - Patricia Grocott's Inaugural Lecture
Date
25/01/2017
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre (Strand Campus)
Description
Professor Grocott will discuss how patient-researcher collaboration leads to new ways of helping people with rare skin conditions. She will talk about her research, which led to the development of ground-breaking new stretchy garments for patients with the rare skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Categories:
Lecture
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