The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) comprises of 16 departments divided over three schools:
Each school provides a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research specialisms.
The faculty also offers a vibrant diary of events covering a wide range of faculty-specific topics.
The School is a highly-rated and dynamic centre for teaching and research across these disciplines.
A dynamic department dedicated to high-quality research and teaching.
A well-established centre of excellence for the teaching of Economics, with an active research culture.
A vibrant department, made up of a diverse range of staff and students interested in questions of power and ideology; human rights, security and development; and identity politics and nationalism in a global age.
A range of stimulating, research-informed courses with an emphasis on both the practical and theoretical aspects of Psychology.
The School provides a friendly and intellectually challenging environment in a wide range of disciplines.
Offers students of all backgrounds the chance to study with our experienced teaching team, which includes award-winning published authors.
The study of English at Kingston encourages students to take an active part within a supportive and academically stimulating environment.
History at Kingston is about excellent and enjoyable learning and teaching. We are innovative, in how we teach and research and also in how we collaborate.
Our courses provide you with a variety of traditional and new media skills and knowledge to prepare you for a career in the media and publishing industries.
Explores the fascinating workings of human language in everyday life.
Philosophy department (CRMEP)
The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy is the leading centre for postgraduate level study and doctoral research in continental philosophy in the UK.
The School brings together the fields of Dance, Drama, Film Studies, Media, Music and TV Studies.
Study of dance practice at Kingston is informed by its social and historical context and offers excellence through diversity.
Courses offered in Drama provide grounding in performance and its social context.
We offer a programme where your understanding of theory, history and analysis strengthens and improves your practical work.
Music at Kingston offers a stimulating mixture of practical and theoretical study.
Kingston Shakespeare seminar: Chantal Schutz and Anne-Miller-Balise, ‘Early Modern Inkpots'
6.30pm, Thursday, 30 March 2017
Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HL
As part of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series 2017.