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The Department of European & International Studies (EIS) hosts a series of research seminars across the academic year.
Hosting academics from around the world and from within King's, the department aims to cover a broad range of topics, reflecting the wide variety of interests and specialisations within EIS.
For questions about the seminar series, which will be taking place in the Strand building (room S0.11) unless otherwise stated, please contact Dr Julia Nicholls. Seminars will take place from 15.00 - 16.30.
11 October – Jinghan Zeng (Lancaster) - China’s “Digital Silk Road”: a Grand Strategy to make China a Tech Superpower?
22 November – Jimena Valdez (KCL) - Seeing like a platform: why states fail to protect data.
6 March – Alice Wilson (Sussex) Afterlives of Revolution: Everyday Counterhistories in Southern Oman.
27 March – Helen Thompson (Cambridge) - The New Disorder: Europe’s Energy Reckoning.
15 May – Isabelle Hertner (KCL), Benedetta Voltolini (KCL), Edoardo Bressanelli (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna) - The June 2024 European Elections: a roundtable on the campaign, candidates, and predicted results. (Bush House Lecture Theare 1)