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Modern Classicisms & The Classical Now at King's

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What is it about ancient Graeco-Roman art that still captivates and provokes the modern imagination? How can contemporary art help us to see the classical tradition with new eyes? And what can modern-day responses – set against the backdrop of others over the last two millennia – tell us about our own cultural preoccupations?
Professor Gonda Van Steen announced as next Koraes Chair

Professor Gonda Van Steen announced as next Koraes Chair

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Professor Gonda Van Steen has been appointed as the next Koraes Professor of Modern Greek & Byzantine History, Language & Literature at King's College London.

British Council awards £817,221 to Professor Marilyn Deegan's Sudanese conservation project

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Professor Marilyn Deegan's Conserving Sudanese cultural heritage project has been awarded £817,221 of funding by the British Council. The two-year project aims to help conserve and digitise a range of written and photographic material from Sudanese archives.
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Memory and visual culture in China - Professor Margaret Hillenbrand (University of Oxford)

Date
21 Feb 2018
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CMCI Research Seminar - 21 February 2018, 16.00-18.00 hrs, S-2.23 Strand Building. - Memory and visual culture in China - Professor Margaret Hillenbrand (University of Oxford)
London Shakespeare Centre and Shakespeare's Globe Graduate Conference

London Shakespeare Centre and Shakespeare's Globe Graduate Conference

Date
23/24 Feb 2018
Location
King's Building Strand Campus (23rd) and Shakespeare's Globe (24th)
Description
The London Shakespeare Centre is pleased to announce its inaugural graduate conference. In a geopolitical climate increasingly dominated by the language of divisiveness, this two-day conference seeks to explore the ways in which literary culture has long brought people, texts and ideas together.
Niki Marangou: Cyprus, female voice and memory

Niki Marangou: Cyprus, female voice and memory

Date
26 Feb 2018
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
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This talk will present the results of the workshop Niki Marangou: Cyprus, female voice and memory organised in collaboration with the British School at Athens in September 2017, as part of the project The Life and Work of Niki Marangou (1948-2013).
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