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March 2017

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This year's Lent series will explore the lessons that may be learned when the church engages with different aspects of contemporary society. Expert speakers will help us to examine the questions and issues that emerge in the dialogue between the Christian faith and five different facets of modern life. The talks take place in All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston and run from 1.10pm–2.00pm. Each session will include plenty of time for questions and discussion.

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6

April


Room 0025, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

Christos Tsoumanis will be outlining the work of the European Commission, and in particular DG Competition during this lecture aimed at students wishing to find out about the procedures for getting a job or traineeship with the EU institutions and agencies, and to hear from a case handler working for the EU.

Monday

27

March


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Penrhyn Road campus

A Centre for Research on Communities, Identities and Difference (CResCID) event.

Tuesday

28

March


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Penrhyn Road campus

As part of the Kingston Writing School Reading and Lecture Series.

Wednesday

29

March


Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), 12 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AH

Symposium: Wild Minds, is focused on the ambiguities and co-operations that define our relations with other species.

Friday

31

March

 

April 2017

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Kingston Hill campus

A series of research seminars open to all Law School academics and students.

Tuesday

4

April


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Kingston Hill campus

Dr Alessandro Rosanò of University of Padua discusses the relationships between integrity and the EU, with a particular focus on the European Rules of Good Behaviour

Wednesday

5

April


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Penrhyn Road campus

As part of the Kingston Writing School Reading and Lecture Series.

Wednesday

5

April

 

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