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Because we are academically intertwined with our neighbour, Dalhousie University, you will have access to King’s and Dalhousie’s combined resources. Choose from more than 2,500 courses, 60+ degree options, and over 98 exchange programs.

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Contemporary Studies

Modern Social and Political Thought

CTMP2000.06X/Y
Fall, Winter, 2016-17
New Academic Building - KTS Lecture Hall
M 1335-1525
W 1335-1425
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Contemporary Studies

The Idea of Race in Philosophy, Literature, and Art

CTMP2115.03
Fall, 2016-17
New Academic Building - Archibald Room
T 1805-2055
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Contemporary Studies

Society, Politics and Literature

CTMP2150.03
Winter, 2016-17
Arts & Administration - Haliburton Room
T 1435-1555
R 1435-1555
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Contemporary Studies

The ‘Pictorial Turn’ in Recent Thought, Art and Theory

CTMP2316.03
Winter, 2016-17
New Academic Building - Scotiabank Room
T 1305-1425
R 1305-1425
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Contemporary Studies

The Experience of Others in Philosophy, History and Literature

CTMP2322.03
Winter, 2016-17
Arts & Administration - Haliburton Room
T 1005-1125
R 1005-1125
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Contemporary Studies

The Artist and Society - David Bowie

CTMP2335.03
Fall, 2016-17
New Academic Building - KTS Lecture Hall
T 1305-1425
R 1305-1425
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Contemporary Studies

East Meets West in Popular Culture

CTMP2336.03 / CHIN2052.03
Winter, 2016-17
New Academic Building - KTS Lecture Hall
W 1435-1625
F 1435-1525
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Contemporary Studies

Science and Culture

CTMP3000.06X/Y
Fall, Winter, 2016-17
New Academic Building - Archibald Room
M 1035-1225
W 1135-1225
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Contemporary Studies

Genocide: Comparative Perspectives

CTMP3121.03
Winter, 2016-17
New Academic Building - Archibald Room
W 1435-1625
F 1435-1525
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