The forum is an opportunity to reflect on Britain’s membership of the EU and to consider where it is heading. This will be an opportunity to consider the themes from the LSE Library’s exhibition: What does Brexit mean to you in three words. Speakers will offer opening contributions to facilitate an open discussion.
Jennifer Jackson-Preece (@jackson_preece) is Associate Professor of Nationalism at the European Institute and the Department of International Relations, LSE.
Piers Ludlow is Professor of International History and Deputy Head of Department, Department of International History, LSE.
Robert Saunders (@redhistorian) is Senior Lecturer in Modern British History at Queen Mary University of London.
Karen Smith is Professor of International Relations and Director of the European Foreign Policy Unit, LSE.
Kevin Featherstone is Eleftherios Venizelos Professor in Contemporary Greek Studies and Professor in European Politics at the European Institute, LSE.
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This event is open to LSE Staff and Students only.
Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSEBrexit
A podcast of this event is available to download from Brexit Forum: The UK and the EU; past, present and future.
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