Author Archives: Silvia Camporesi

April 25th 4 pm Seminar “The Urban Brain: living in the neurosocial city” with Professor Nikolas Rose

When: April 25th, 2018 16:00 – 17:30 Where: STRAND BLDG S0.12, King’s College London Strand Campus   Nikolas Rose is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Kings College London which he founded in 2012.   He … Continue reading

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“Applying for a PhD: What I said and what I wish I had said” – blog post by Giulia Cavaliere

Blog post by Giulia Cavaliere, Wellcome Trust PhD Candidate, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, King’s College London. A few weeks ago I was asked to take part in a workshop on the topic: applying for a PhD. This workshop … Continue reading

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Researching Assisted Reproduction in Israel/Palestine: A Fertile Ground for Mayhem – by Dr Sigrid Vertommen

Blog-post by Dr Sigrid Vertommen On 17 January I was invited to Warwick University for a lecture on reproductive politics and resistance in Israel/Palestine. The talk addressed the variegated ways in which Palestinians and Israelis are protesting Israel’s (assisted) reproductive politics. … Continue reading

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The Department of Global Health & Social Medicine is hosting the 2018 Postgraduate Bioethics Conference – July 23rd-24th, King’s College London. Call for Abstracts now open!

We are truly delighted to announce that the 2018 Postgraduate Bioethics Conference will be hosted by the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at King’s College London. The event will be held on 23 and 24 July, 2018, at King’s College London’s … Continue reading

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Research on London was showcased in the Principal’s conference on 22nd February 2018. 

The event ‘London Leads: the Capital Challenges, King’s responds’ explored the breadth and depth of King’s expertise on London.  It highlighted the potential for greater collaboration between academics and policy makers in addressing these challenges.

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