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The Ralph Miliband programme

The Ralph Miliband programme is one of the LSE's most prestigious public lecture series, receiving attention not only at the LSE but across London, the UK, and globally. 

 

The programme was set up in 1996 thanks to a generous anonymous benefaction from a former PhD student inspired by "Ralph Miliband's contribution to social thought". He specified that the funds be used in memory of his friend and mentor 'to advance his spirit of free social inquiry' and the diversity of thought that has always been the hallmark of LSE.

Convenor: Dr Robin Archer, Director of the Postgraduate Programme in Political Sociology

Generations

This year we aim to explore some of the dramatic and often unexpected political and social changes that are currently taking place, and which leave many people feeling like we are living through a period in which history has ‘sped up’.

Upcoming Events

Generations of feminism?

Speakers: Avtar Brah, Clare Hemmings and Imaobong Umoren

Date: 23rd January 2019                             

Time: 18.30-20.00                                           

Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House

 

Social Care in Crisis: what are the solutions?

Speaker: Professor Pat Thane                                  

Date: 14th March 2019                                   

Time: 18.30-20.00                                           

Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building

Silences of the Great War: all the things we cannot hear 

Speaker: Professor Jay Winter                             

Date: 18th March 2019                                   

Time: 18.30-20.00                                           

Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building

Intergenerational Justice and Generational Sovereignty in Light of Brexit Vote and of Climate Change 

Speaker: Professor Axel Gosseries                             

Date: 26th March 2019                                   

Time: 18.30-20.00                                           

Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building