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Historical Method And Complexity Theory: Re-interpreting the 1948 Tito-Stalin Split

Thursday 28 November 2013, 6.30 - 8.00pm, B13, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields (LIF)
Discussants: Professor Eve Mitleton-Kelly, Dr Svetozar Rajak; Chair: Dr Svetozar Rajak

Lessons from history are impossible without understanding the complexity of causes and interactions. Can complexity theory add new quality to historical research? Using a specific event that shaped the early Cold War, Professor Mitleton-Kelly and Dr Rajak initiate discussion on the desirability of multi-disciplinary convergence between historical method and complexity theory. 

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Professor Eve Mitleton-Kelly  is a Senior Fellow at LSE IDEAS and Founder and Director of Complexity Research Group London, LSE.

 
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Dr Svetozar Rajak is the Academic Director of LSE IDEAS and Associate Professor of International History, LSE.

 

Location

B13, Lincoln's Inn Fields (LIF), London School of Economics. 

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