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King's English Poetry And... series: Poetry and Human Rights

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Poetry and…. a series of readings at King's College, London, curated by Professor of Poetry Ruth Padel, celebrates poetry's power to connect across boundaries. Free events, free refreshments, and meet the author book-signings.

King's English Poetry And... series: Poetry and Women in the Arctic: In partnership with Hercules Editions

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Poetry and…. a series of readings at King's College, London, curated by Professor of Poetry Ruth Padel, celebrates poetry's power to connect across boundaries. Free events, free refreshments, and meet the author book-signings.

King's Artists – New Thinking, New Making

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An exhibition at the Arcade in Bush House showcasing work by the six artist-academic collaborations as part of this year's King's Artists residency programme.

Culture Lounge

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Want to take part in fun and free cultural experiences? Want to be creative and make stuff? Come visit the Arcade at Bush House on Strand campus, which hosts a varied programme of activities across the year.

Networking Nights

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Networking Nights for students & recent graduates of King's College London.

Book talk: Democracy in Exile with Daniel Bessner and Andrew Preston

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In his new book Democracy in Exile: Hans Speier and the Rise of the Defense Intellectual, Dr. Daniel Bessner explores the interwar origins of the US national security state.

Book talk: The Peacemakers by Bruce Jentleson

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In his new book, Professor Bruce W. Jentleson of Duke University shows how twentieth-century leaders of a variety of types—national, international institutional, sociopolitical, nongovernmental—rewrote the zero-sum scripts they were handed and successfully made breakthroughs on issues long thought intractable.

Female Networks

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FEMALE NETWORKS: GENDERED WAYS OF PRODUCING KNOWLEDGE (1750-1830) This workshop will address women's activities at the scale of the circle, network, or community. It will explore how communities and networks of women were created and maintained. It seeks to understand the contexts in which they operated, how they related to existing scientific communities or how they generated new ones.

3 Days of Fat

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3- Days of Fat is a 'live' art-science event focused on the construction of an island of fat – a 'fatberg'.

World Scientific Publishing is proud to present China's 19th Party Congress at King's College London on 13 September 2018

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China's 19th Party Congress gives an overview of key themes domestically and internationally from the 19th Communist Party Congress held in Beijing in October 2017, setting out the main policy priorities for the Xi government in China as the country moves towards fulfillment of the first Centenary Goal, the hundredth anniversary of the Communist Party of China in 2021.
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