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King's student wins British Council award again

King's student wins British Council award again

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Jason Anderson becomes the third King's ECS student to win the award for best dissertation with potential for impact on English Language Teaching
British Television presenter Dan Snow visits DSD to Interview Dr Nick Lloyd for his History podcast

British Television presenter Dan Snow visits DSD to Interview Dr Nick Lloyd for his History podcast

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British Television Presenter Dan Snow visited DSD to interview Dr Nick Lloyd for his History podcast
'Citizen Clem' wins the 2017 Orwell Prize

'Citizen Clem' wins the 2017 Orwell Prize

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John Bew, Professor of History and Foreign Policy in the Department of War Studies (School of Security Studies) has won the prestigious 2017 Orwell Prize for 'Citizen Clem', his biography of post-war Labour party leader and social reformer Clement Atlee.
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War Zone Freelance Photography Exhibition

War Zone Freelance Photography Exhibition

Date
12 Jun/30 Sep 2017
Description
War Zone Freelance Photography exhibition (formerly shown at the Frontline Club London; 61 Paris and the Brussels Press Club) portrays the work of freelance journalists covering current conflicts throughout the Middle East).
Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy

Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy

Date
26 Jun 2017
Location
VWB5.22
Description
Dr Amy Catalinac is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at New York University. She will speak about her book, Electoral Reform and National Security in Japan: From Pork to Foreign Policy, which was published with Cambridge University Press in 2016.
Business Adaptation to Ecological Adversity Intensity

Business Adaptation to Ecological Adversity Intensity

Date
27 Jun 2017
Location
G.94 Franklin Wilkins Building
Description
How do firms adapt to the intensity of adverse conditions stemming from the natural environment? Professor Rivera addresses this problem and more in this talk.
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