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CMCI Goes To The Festival

CMCI is playing a significant part in the King’s College London Arts and Humanities Festival, which opens this week.

Up first for the department is Dr Richard Howells with his public lecture/book launch on Tuesday, October 13th. Admission and post-launch drinks are free, but you have to book at:…/2015…/festival/tues13/creativity.aspx

Professor Anna Reading gives her Inaugural Professorial Lecture as part of the festival on Wednesday on 21st October at 18.30. It is titled: “A story of memory: Gender materiality technology” and is followed by wine and canapes. You can RSVP here to book a place:

Dr Ricarda Vidal and Dr Melissa Nisbett both present their events on Friday 23 October: Dr Vidal with: “Translation Games: Weaving Translation into Poetic Collage”:
Dr Nisbett then joins in the Dance Umbrella debate on the Body Politic:

All the events are free, but please book through the links provided as space is limited.

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