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A film by Clio Barnard, Reader in Film at the University of Kent, has been chosen as one of only two films to represent the UK in the Directors Fortnight line-up at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival (15 – 26 May). Titled The Selfish Giant, the film is an adaption...
The University of Kent has completed significant restoration works to the Northern Portal of the Tyler Hill Tunnel, part of the original route of the Crab and Winkle Railway Line that linked Canterbury and Whitstable. The grade two listed portals and tunnel, which run south under the main part of...
Medway Postgraduate Open Evening, Tuesday 21 May, 5-7pm, Rochester building, Medway Campus. Interested? Book your place online: www.kent.ac.uk/opendays We offer a range of postgraduate courses at Medway and you'll have the opportunity to find out more about the programmes we offer as well as our specialist centres in Brussels, Paris, Athens...
Join us this Thursday, 23 May, to discover more about the realities of theatre and performance during the First World War. Dr Helen Brooks, theatre historian and lecturer in Drama & Theatre, will be giving a talk about her first findings in a research project which will span the upcoming...
- New method for assessing future tree and plant disease risks
- First talk in new research seminar series from Centre for Journalism
- Darwin Summer Fete – 19 May
- New Cartoon from Classics and Archaeology
- New book uncovers why Britons love variety theatre
- University marks International Day Against Homophobia
- A Day in Cambridge on Saturday 18 May
- Support Stephanies VSO walking challenge
- Join our 50th anniversary film day
- Students and staff present Kents access achievements to OFFA Director
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