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A new book by Dr Mark Hampton reveals that backpacker tourism can play a crucial role in development strategies in areas such as South East Asia, Africa and Latin America. Drawing on his research into how backpackers impact on local host communities, Dr Hampton found that this type of tourism...
When: Thursday 6 June 2013, 10am-6pm Where: Galvanising Workshop, Historic Dockyards, Chatham This event is free but booking is essential. For further information and to reserve a place contact: M.J.Fullman@kent.ac.uk The Sound of Memory brings artists, composers, filmmakers and writers together to explore the rich and complex interactions between sound and memory...
A new University-hosted database has tracked over 11,000 flights by more than 120 aircraft linked by past investigations to renditions. It also contains details of over 50 private companies contracted for or by the CIA in relation to rendition flights. The database is the latest addition to the Rendition Project, an...
The second animation in a series of educational cartoons on Ancient Rome by Ray Laurence, Professor of Roman History and Archaeology at the University of Kent, has launched on YouTube to over 10,000 hits in the first 24 hours after release. Titled Four Sisters in Rome, the cartoon follows Professor...
- Guardian leads on Kent-hosted Rendition Flights Database
- Kent Law Clinic shortlisted for major award by leading law journal
- Student to swim length of the Channel in ten days
- Summer School Scholars' send-off - 31 May
- Campus Shuttle delay - 22 May
- Rutherford Grass Roots Lecture - Friday 24 May
- Congratulations to Teaching Award winners
- University congratulates Kent Union award-winners
- Lunchtime Concert 22 May: Finals Recitals by Medway students
- Competition to influence Medway sculpture opens
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