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Wednesday 1st February 2017

Investment Law's Uruguay Moment

Investment Law's Uruguay Moment
Date
01/02/2017
Location
SW1.17 and SW1.18 Somerset House East Wing
Description
Investment Law's Uruguay Moment by Markus Wagner part of the King's Forum on International Dispute Resolution Lecture Series.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Lecture

Climate Law and Governance Lecture Series

Climate Law and Governance Lecture Series
Date
01/02/2017
Location
River Room King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Climate Law and Governance Inaugural Lecture and book launch by Ben Richardson.
Categories:
Lecture
Tuesday 21st February 2017

Gijs Rommelse: Mirroring Seapower: A Cultural History of Dutch-British Naval Relations

Gijs Rommelse: Mirroring Seapower: A Cultural History of Dutch-British Naval Relations
Date
21/02/2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room K6.07
Description
The English/British and Dutch navies, the interests they were meant to serve, and the strategies that were devised to this end, were all politico-cultural constructs, springing from 'imagined communities' and related to national identities.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 8th March 2017

Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture with Baroness Mary Jane Watkins

Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture with Baroness Mary Jane Watkins
Date
08/03/2017
Location
B5 Auditorium Franklin-Wilkins Building Waterloo Campus
Description
Baroness Watkins, a Visiting Professor at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery will deliver the Inaugural Perseverance Trust Nightingale Fellowship Lecture titled, 'Improving Health through Nursing Education - The Continuing Potential' on 8 March 2017
Categories:
Lecture
Monday 13th March 2017

"The SUPPORT Studies"

"The SUPPORT Studies"
Date
13/03/2017
Location
16 De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill Campus, IoPPN Main Building, SE5 8AF, Small Lecture Theatre
Description
Dr. Simone Vigod (University of Toronto) will give a lecture entitled 'The SUPPORT Studies": A Canadian Perspective: Serious mental illness Understood in the Perinatal period: Psychiatric Outcomes and Reproductive Trajectories'.
Categories:
Lecture
Tuesday 14th March 2017

Renaissance Skin

Renaissance Skin
Date
14/03/2017
Location
Council Room K2.29 Strand Campus King's College London
Description
Join the CHH for 'Renaissance Skin' a lecture focusing on how skin, whether dead or alive, animal or human, provides a focal point for a detailed, deep and broad study of how Renaissance bodies and their boundaries can be understood.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 15th March 2017

Rumble Fund Lecture 2017

Rumble Fund Lecture 2017
Date
15/03/2017
Location
Great Hall, King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
The 2017 Rumble Lecture comes about thanks to the generosity of the Jamie Rumble Memorial Fund. It is organised by the Centre of Hellenic Studies, in collaboration with the Institute of Classical Studies and the Department of Classics at King's College London. The event will be followed by a reception (in the Great Hall and Entrance Hall) to which all are warmly invited.
Categories:
Lecture, Other
Thursday 16th March 2017

King's Colloquium Philosophy and Medicine: "Privacy, consent and health data: using identifiable health data for secondary purposes ethically, but without consent"

King's Colloquium Philosophy and Medicine: "Privacy, consent and health data: using identifiable health data for secondary purposes ethically, but without consent"
Date
16/03/2017
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Guy's Campus, Hodgkin Building, Kings College London
Description
The bi-weekly King's Colloquium in Philosophy and Medicine, Thursdays 16:30-18:00, rotating venues. No registration, open to all.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Lecture
Monday 20th March 2017

Greek-Ottoman Diplomacy in the Balkans

Greek-Ottoman Diplomacy in the Balkans
Date
20/03/2017
Location
Council Room (K2.29), King's Building, Strand Campus
Description
'Ottoman diplomacy, humanist fiction and diplomatic poetics in the 18th-century Balkans' is organised by the Centre for Hellenic Studies, part of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Culture, Lecture, Other
Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Battle Zones

Battle Zones
Date
22/03/2017
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K.6.29) Strand Campus
Description
This three person panel will explore the ways through which digital culture has transformed the struggle for power as well as the expression of the struggle for power in spaces of social, military and economic conflict.
Categories:
Lecture
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