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Dance by former US marine explores impact of military training

Dance by former US marine explores impact of military training

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The effects of military training on the mind, body and individual are explored in a new choreographic work from Roman Baca, Trinity Laban Fulbright Scholar and United States Marine veteran hosted by 'Reconciliations' and the Arts & Conflict Hub .
Tony Blair: 'Progressive Politics in an Era of Populism'

Tony Blair: 'Progressive Politics in an Era of Populism'

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Tony Blair discusses 'Progressive Politic in an Era of Populism'
King's exhibition explores art and post-conflict reconciliation in Western Balkans

King's exhibition explores art and post-conflict reconciliation in Western Balkans

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'Reconciliations' launches on 1 November 2018 at King's College London. It is part of a major AHRC-funded project, 'Art & Reconciliation: Conflict, Culture and Community', led by researchers at the Department of War Studies.
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Inaugural Lecture: Professor Jonathan Portes

Date
11 Dec 2018
Location
Bush House Auditorium, Bush House South Wing
Description
Professor Jonathan Portes, Department of Political Economy and Senior Fellow at 'UK in a Changing…
 

Engineering Masculinities. The Identity Work of Male Working-Class Engineering Students

Date
12 Dec 2018
Location
Waterloo Bridge Wing 2/21
Description
This presentation will be an exploration of the identity work done by four male, working-class…
 

Book launch-Restraining Great Powers: Soft Balancing from Empires to the Global Era

Date
16 Jan 2019
Location
War Studies Meeting Room K6.07
Description
How can subtler forms of balance-of-power politics help states achieve their goals against…
 
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