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Thinking about Undergraduate Teaching on the Digital

Thinking about Undergraduate Teaching on the Digital

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A new BA Digital Culture has been launched at King's College London. It reflects the importance of digital and internet cultures in all our lives and how these cultures interact with related technologies.
Jessica Rapson Book Launch

Jessica Rapson Book Launch

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CMCI's Dr Jessica Rapson launched her new book: Topographies of Suffering: Buchenwald, Babi Yar, Lidice (Berghahn, 2015). Jessica's book examines the transcultural politics of commemorative landscapes of the Nazi Holocaust. She argues that commentary on memorials to the Holocaust has been plagued with a sense of "monument fatigue," a feeling that landscape settings and national spaces provide little opportunity for meaningful engagement between present visitors and past victims. Bringing together recent scholarship from cultural memory and cultural geography, the author focuses on the way these violent histories are remembered, allowing these sites to emerge as dynamic transcultural landscapes of encounter in which difficult pasts can be represented and comprehended in the present. Copies of Topographies of Suffering can be purchased for half price, for a limited time only.
KCL Professor Roger Parker awarded the British Academy's Serena Medal for his study on 19th Century Italian opera

KCL Professor Roger Parker awarded the British Academy's Serena Medal for his study on 19th Century Italian opera

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King's College London's Professor Roger Parker awarded the British Academy's Serena Medal for his contribution to the study of 19th Century Italian opera
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Ancient Jewish Coins

Date
15 Oct 2018
Location
Room 3.01
Description
Lectures will be held on Monday 8 October, Monday 15 October, Monday 22 October and Monday 5…
 

‘Translating the “Blur-Print” in Uljana Wolf’s Translational Poetics’

Date
17 Oct 2018
Location
Room 6.01
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Sophie Seita, University of Cambridge ‘Translating the “Blur-Print” in Uljana Wolf’s Translational…
 

King’s Artists - an exhibition of artworks, installations and performances

Date
23 Oct 2018
Location
The Arcade
Description
King’s Artists is an exhibition of works from six contemporary artists working across King’s College…
 
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