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Thursday 29th September 2016

What Works in Reducing Community Violence?

What Works in Reducing Community Violence?
Date
29/09/2016
Location
Room K3.11 King's Building
Description
Thomas Abt (Harvard Kennedy School & Igarapé Institute) has held senior positions in the Obama and Cuomo administrations where he worked to improve public safety and reduce crime.
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Conference/Seminar

MOONLIGHT MAZE: ANATOMY OF AN ATTACK

MOONLIGHT MAZE: ANATOMY OF AN ATTACK
Date
29/09/2016
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K.6.29) Strand Campus
Description
Thomas Rid launches his new book, RISE OF THE MACHINES in a talk entitled, MOONLIGHT MAZE — The untold story of the world's first cyber espionage campaign and its consequences
Friday 30th September 2016

Book launch: The Routledge Research Companion to Security Outsourcing

Date
30/09/2016
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Book launch event for The Routledge Research Companion to Security Outsourcing, ed. Joakim Berndtsson (University of Gothenburg) and Christopher Kinsey (King's College London).
Saturday 1st October 2016

Traces of War Symposium

Traces of War Symposium
Date
01/10/2016
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K.6.29) Strand Campus
Description
This joint Symposium with the Courtauld Institute of Art marks the beginning of the Traces of War exhibition. Three artists will facilitate discussions on the themes of their work, namely; aerial perspectives of war, landscapes of war, the 'fabrics' of war and the camera as a means to destabilise the time and space of war.
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Culture
Monday 3rd October 2016

Gender, security and the crisis in Ukraine

Gender, security and the crisis in Ukraine
Date
03/10/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
Highlighting research in the area of gender and security, Dr Mathers will discuss how awareness is being raised in the context of the Ukraine crisis.
Categories:
Lecture

Stein Ringen: The Perfect Dictatorship - China in the 21st Century

Stein Ringen: The Perfect Dictatorship - China in the 21st Century
Date
03/10/2016
Location
K0.31 (Small Committee Room) Strand Campus
Description
The Chinese political economy is like no other system known to man, now or in history. This book explains how the system works and where it may be moving. Stein Ringen, a Norwegian political scientist, is emeritus professor at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford
Categories:
Conference/Seminar
Tuesday 4th October 2016

Women in War and International Politics

Women in War and International Politics
Date
04/10/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room K6.07
Description
A network for staff, students, alumnae and men interested in Women in War and International Politics - WIWIP

Learning in Morocco: Language Politics and the Abandoned Educational Dream

Date
04/10/2016
Location
Pyramid Room (K4U.04 - 4th Floor) Strand Campus
Description
Speaker: Dr Charis Boutieri (King's College London)
Categories:
Conference/Seminar
Wednesday 5th October 2016

King's Social Entrepreneurship Initiative

King's Social Entrepreneurship Initiative
Date
05/10/2016
Location
Franklin-Wilkins Building (FWB)
Description
Find out about social enterprise events and listen to Ken Banks, TED prize nominee
Categories:
Conference/Seminar

Film screening: China's 3Dreams

Film screening: China's 3Dreams
Date
05/10/2016
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31) Strand Campus
Description
From award-winning director Nick Torrens, this absorbing documentary about the changing face of China is both intriguing and confrontational. 12 years in the making and featuring rare archive and powerful personal testimony from former Red Guards, China's 3 Dreams opens the door on the past and questions its impact on the present.
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Other
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