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Herstory Re-Imagined: Women’s Lives in Biographical Fiction and Film

From 16-17 December 2019, the Centre for Life-Writing Research of King’s College London organises a conference to address the current boom in biographical novels and biopics about women’s lives, thereby encompassing a broad conception of ‘woman’ that includes queer and trans life narratives. The conference examines the contemporary repackaging of historical women’s lives in narrative […]

World in Flux, call for papers

CMCI PhD Conference ‘World in Flux: Exploring Cultural and Media Studies in a Changing World’ 15 June 2018 King’s College London Bush House (former headquarters of the BBC World Service) Keynote Speakers: Professor Anna Reading (King’s College London) and Professor Catherine Grant (Birkbeck, University of London) Our world is ever-fluctuating, nothing is static, and these […]

Lecturer vacancies at King’s College London

As part of an expanding programme in existing and emergent research areas and student numbers across its MA and BA curricula in Digital Culture, King’s College London is recruiting three (Senior) Lecturers in the Department of Digital Humanities. King’s College London has a long tradition of research in the Digital Humanities, going back to the […]

Dyer in conversation

On 13 April 2016 at King’s College London, Catherine Grant and Jaap Kooijman will have a conversation with celebrated cinema and media studies scholar Richard Dyer, author of Stars (1979), Heavenly Bodies (1986), Now You See It (1990), Only Entertainment (1992), The Matter of Images (1993), White (1997), The Culture of Queers (2002), Pastiche (2007), […]