Interesting Festival at King’s College London

From 11 – 25 October King’s College London will be hosting the annual Arts & Humanities Festival, with this year’s theme of Being/Human. The festival brings together researchers, artists, and scholars for a mix of lectures, performances, and exhibits centred around the question: ‘What does it mean to be human?’.

More information and the programme can be found here: Also, check out their blog: (we will be posting some reviews of several events on there ourselves).

They have put together a very interesting and varied programme, and many of the questions discussed during the different events are the same questions that we wish to tackle in our Being Non/Human group. We therefore thought this festival will be of interest to some of you.

If you were planning on coming to our first meeting on October 14th, why not see if you can join some of the other festival events that day?


About beingnonhuman

Being Non/Human is an interdisciplinary discussion group aimed at postgraduates and early career researchers. The group was set up and is run by Sophia Wilson and Lydia Zeldenrust. Our group is funded by the English departments of King’s College London and Queen Mary, University of London. View all posts by beingnonhuman

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