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First ever CCCU Israeli Apartheid Week announced

The first ever Canterbury Christchurch University Israeli Apartheid Week will be held this month, with a full programme of events just announced.

Israeli Apartheid Week – (scroll down for the full programme) is an annual event held by students and staff of universities around the world to highlight Israeli abuses of Palestinian rights and to provide a forum to discuss and explore the issues. 289 more words

Events

Ready, Set, Go! Foodies Social - Grub Crawl

Blogger: Jinhao (insta: @jinlovesfood) Photographers: Lynsey & Jinhao

For the first event since the Winter break, Kent foodies organized a Grub Crawl. Instead binge drinking alcohol (well, some of us may as well have), we were aiming to binge eat as much as we can in as many restaurants as we can! 486 more words

FEATURED

CFP: Samuel Beckett and World Literature

Samuel Beckett and World Literature 

4 – 5 May 2016, University of Kent

Keynotes:

Stanley E. Gontarski, Florida State University

Fábio de Souza Andrade, University of São Paulo… 406 more words

Events Of Interest

I get up at seven, yeah, And I go to work at nine, I got no time for livin', Yes, I'm workin' all the time

Telephone fundraising campaign 2015 (reposted from Giving to Kent)

Our autumn 2015 Telephone Campaign was the most successful to date. From Saturday 24 October to Sunday 22 November, a dedicated team of 23 student callers spoke to over 1,300 alumni across the UK, during which time they shared their experiences at Kent, updated alumni on all the latest news from the University, and also spoke about the Kent Opportunity Fund, which supports a range of projects that help transform the lives of students at Kent. 282 more words

B-KEW

The Billhook Nook Theatre

What is a lecture theatre?

The preconception of a lecture theatre brings images of blank, emotionless white walls and endless rows of monotonous seating, By why is this the case? 166 more words

Architecture

Hear 'one of the greatest truth seekers'

Haaretz journalist Amira Hass will be speaking on the prospects for justice in Palestine at the University of Kent this month.

Amira Hass is columnist and reporter on the Occupied Palestinian Territories for Haaretz newspaper in Israel, and is author of Drinking the Sea at Gaza (1999) and Reporting from Ramallah (2003). 50 more words

Events

'Silence is golden/but my eyes still see': Award winning documentary 'The Silence of the Flies'

In December 2015 the School of Anthropology and Conservation was privileged to welcome alumnus Gonzalo Chacon for a screening and discussion of the award winning documentary ‘The Silence of the Flies’ for which he was co-executive producer.   544 more words

Visual Anthropology