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The University of King’s College, Canada’s oldest chartered university, is a tightly-knit and extraordinarily lively academic community located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is known nationally and internationally for its interdisciplinary programmes in the humanities and journalism. More V

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Course Listings for Journalism, CSP, EMSP and HOST

Course Listings 2015-2016

Browse the courses for the School of Journalism, and Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies and History of Science and Technology Programmes!

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King's has released its schedule for the 2015-2016  Extra-FYP lectures. This lecture series is free and open for anyone to attend, and serves to
The King's College Library will be closed to the public from Tuesday, 21st July through Friday, 24th July for extensive floor cleaning and
Kate Cayley (BAH ‘01) is the winner of the 2015 Trillium Book Award. Her first collection of short stories, entitled How You Were Born, beat out works
The University of King's College Board of Governors has established a Presidential Search Committee to find a replacement for outgoing President
Professor Sarah Clift has provided the translation for German scholar Aleida Assmann's new work Shadows of Trauma. Assmann, Professor of English and
Steve Smith won silver at the New York Festivals World's Best Radio Programs com
Steve Smith (BJ ‘97) has won a silver medal in the History category of the 2015 New York Festivals World's Best Radio Programs competition

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September 6, 2015 - 10:00am - 3:00pm
September 16, 2015 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm
September 17, 2015 - 5:00pm - 9:00pm

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By focusing on both journalism and philosophy, my mind was constantly working in two very different ways, and I really think both sides complemented each other. I came out of it with a greater sense of perspective.”

—Paul McLeod, BJH '07