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Mediating Thought: A Conference in Honour of Christopher Johnson

This Arts & Humanities conference will celebrate Christopher Johnson's work and his long association with the journal 'Paragraph'. The speakers are Terence Cave, Leslie Hill, Marian Hobson, Mike Holland, Peggy Kamuf, Judith Still, Michael Syrotinski and Boris Wiseman.

Amplifying Antiquity: Music as Classical Reception

The Departments of Classics and Comparative Literature at King's are hosting a conference that brings together an array of international scholars to discuss the influence of classical myth and history on a wide range of music, composed from the 17th to the 21st centuries.

Rethinking Queer Theory Through Alan Sinfield

Queer@King's welcomes panelists David Alderson (University of Manchester), Andy Medhurst (University of Sussex), Madhavi Menon (Ashoka University), and Lynne Segal (Birkbeck) for a discussion of the life and work of Alan Sinfield.

Book Talk: Madhavi Menon, 'Infinite Variety: A History of Desire in India'

Queer@King's is excited to welcome Madhavi Menon (Ashoka University) and a panel of colleagues from King's and beyond to discuss how Madhavi Menon's most recent book, 'Infinite Variety: A History of Desire' in India (Speaking Tiger, 2018) puts into conversation major ideas of queer theory with the history of ideas in India.

Drugs in the Medieval World (ca. 1050- ca.1400)

This Arts & Humanities conference seeks to promote discussion and research on the evidence for interaction between different cultures and regions in the medieval Mediterranean in an attempt to create a much more detailed and critical narrative.

Culture Lounge presents King's Staff Choir: workshop with BSL interpretation

Join the King's Staff Choir for an open session to celebrate Disability History Month, with performances accompanied by a BSL interpreter. There will then be a workshop for everyone to get involved and learn a new song with support from the interpreter.

Culture Lounge presents 'Student Sounds'

The Culture Lounge is proud to present five talented King's students to perform at 'Student Sounds', a lunchtime showcase of musicians and singers. The line-up comprises of Baudouin Chaar, Teng Chen, Zach Thompson, Ledi Manurung, Selin Sarayli.

King's Artist Rebecca Lynch: 'Predictable You'

Keyboards tell a thousand tales. As part of the 'King's Artists – New Thinking, New Making' events programme, join King's Artist Rebecca Lynch and Professor Elizabeth Sklar for a digital writing workshop using laptops and mobile phones exploring privacy and data collection.

Culture Lounge presents King's Staff Choir

Come along to the Culture Lounge in the Arcade at Bush House on 14 December to join the King's Staff Choir for festive songs in the lead up to the holiday season.

Culture Lounge presents KCL DJ Society

As part of the Culture Lounge autumn programme, join KCL DJ Society in the Arcade at Bush House for relaxed music over lunchtime to set you in the right mood for the weekend.
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