Alongside the AKC lectures we also produce an AKC podcast, which is available online for everyone within the King's community to enjoy!
Currently available are the lectures from both series of the 2019/0 academic year. The titles of those series are as follows:
1) “Power to the People? Identity, Difference and Inequality”. This AKC lecture series was curated by Dr Kate Kirkpatrick, feminist philosopher and biographer of Simone de Beauvoir. It was designed to help you think through ethical issues of identity and inequality, approached via a wide range of research methods and perspectives.
2) “Inside London: The Life-Story of a City in Nine Buildings”. This series explored the meaning of London, and our place within it: through historical "tours" of nine very different buildings, we reflected afresh on how religion, art, politics, trade and scholarship have evolved, helping to build one of the world’s most important and vibrant cities. It was co-ordinated by Dr Vittorio Montemaggi of the Department of Theology & Religious Studies.
The podcast is a free resource for all King’s staff and students, bringing together researchers from the College and beyond to consider theological, philosophical and ethical questions from a diverse range of perspectives.
You can find the AKC podcast on SoundCloud or on iTunes/Apple Podcasts.