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Past Public Lectures and Seminars

2013 - 14

Canada Blach Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies|

Contemporary Turkish Studies|

Contesting Europe|

EI Partners|

EILS|

EU in Practise|

Europe @LSE|

European Parliament Elections 2014|

Fixing Europe Dialogues| 

Forum For European Philosophy|

Hellenic Observatory| 

LSEE|

Perspectives on Europe|

The European Question|

Towards Genuine EMU|

2012 - 13

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies
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Contemporary Turkish Studies|

EILS|

Europe@LSE|

EU in Practice|

Eurocrisis@LSE|

Europe at the Crossroads|

Europe@LSE
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Hellenic Observatory
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LSEE|

Perspectives on Europe Series|

2011-12

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies| 

Contemporary Turkish Studies|

EILS|

Europe@LSE|

Forum for European Philosophy|

Forum on Religion|

GOLEM|

Hellenic Observatory|

LSEE|

Perspectives on Europe Series|

2010 - 11

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies  |

Contemporary Turkish Studies|

EILS|

Europe@LSE|

Forum for European Philosophy|

Forum on Religion|

GOLEM|

Hellenic Observatory|

LSEE|

LSE Sciences Po|

Perspectives on Europe Series|

2009 - 10

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies| 

Contemporary Turkish Studies|

EILS|

Europe@LSE|

Forum for European Philosophy|

Forum on Religion|

Hellenic Observatory|

LSEE|

Perspectives on Europe Series|

2008 - 09

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies| 

Contemporary Turkish Studies|

EI-Sciences Po Lecture Series|

European Institute Lunch Seminar Series|

Europe@LSE Seminars|

EU 555 Conference Papers| 

Forum for European Philosophy|

Forum on Religion|

FT Business - Future of Europe Lecture Series|

Hellenic Observatory|

Schapiro Lectures  |

2007 - 08  

Franco-British Europe Dialogues|

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies|

Contemporary Turkish Studies Seminars|

Europe@LSE Seminars|

Europe: Where Next? Debates|

Forum for European Philosophy Seminars|

FT Business-LSE European Institute 'Future of Europe' public lecture series|

Hellenic Observatory Public Lectures, Events and Seminars|

Schapiro Lectures|

EU Presidency: Over to France|

2006 - 07

FT Business-LSE European Institute 'Future of Europe' public lecture series|

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies|

European Institute Research Seminars|

The Heart of Europe|

Hellenic Observatory|

Schapiro Seminar Series|

Franco-British Europe dialogue series| (PDF)

Other lectures include:

Monday 12 March, 6.30pm Italian federalism Speaker: Italian Minister of Regional Affair Linda Lanzillotta Venue: J116 Cowdray House. Click here| for a copy of the speech.

Monday 12 March, 6pm The Promise of Justice Speaker: Christoph Menke, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Potsdam, Germany Venue: Room D302, Clement House, LSE For more information contact j.cardinale@lse.ac.uk|

Thursday 22 March, 12.30-2pm, Axel Honneth in conversation with Peter Dews| Axel Honneth, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute for Social Research, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University Frankfurt/Main Peter Dews, Professor of Philosophy, University of Essex. Venue: J116 Cowdray House

Thursday 26 April, 6-8pm Burning Out or Drying Up? Europe's Energy Market| Speakers: Peter Mather, Derek Taylor, Barbara Zwart Chair: Professor Damian Chalmers Venue: U8, Tower One

Wednesday 2 May, 6.30-8pm Watchdog of War: the media and NGOs in Russia - in memory of Anna Politkovskaya| Speakers: Professor Margot Light, Vaughan Smith, Jonathan Steele, Thomas de Waal Venue: Hong Kong Theatre

Wednesday 2 May, 6.30pm French presidential election. Does it matter who wins?| Speakers: Richard Descoings, Director of Sciences Po, Paris Maurice Fraser, Fellow in European Politics, European Institute, LSE Nicolas Sauger, Research Fellow, CEVIPOF, Sciences Po, Paris Venue: New Theatre, East Building

Thursday, 3 May 2007, 5.30pm 'What Doesn't Kill You Can Only Make You Stronger: The Doha Development Round, the Services Directive and the EU's Conception of Competitiveness' Speaker: Professor Colin Hay, University of Birmingham Venue: Connaught House, Room H102

Tuesday 8 May, 6.30-8pm Can the European Economic Model be Transformed?| Speaker: Elie Cohen Chair: Professor Anthony Giddens Venue: Old Theatre

Wednesday 16 May, 6pm 'American Women in the Spanish Civil War.' Speaker: Dr. Robert Coale Venue: J116 Cowdray House

Thursday 24 May, 7pm Nietzsche on The Death of God| Speaker: Ken Gemes Senior Lecturer, School of Philosophy Birkbeck College, University of London Venue: Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Place, South Kensington

Friday 25 May, 6.15pm "The decline of ideologies and the impact on European politics"| Speakers: Graham Watson (Liberal Democrat Member of the European Parliament for South West England and Gibraltar) and Valerio Zanone (former general secretary of the Italian Liberal Party, Minister of Defence, Minister of Industry and Minister of the Environment, is today a member of the Italian Senate and a member of the Italian Commission at the NATO general assembly)

Thursday 14 and Friday 15 June, 9.30am-1.30pm Contemporary Greece: structures, context and challenges| Speakers: Professor Theodore Couloumbis, Professor Nikiforos Diamandouros, Professor George Tsebelis Venue: New Theatre, East Building

2005 - 06

LSE European Public Lecture Series|

Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies|

European Institute Research Seminars|

Hellenic Observatory|

Seminal contributions to the political economy of European integration revisited: What have we learnt?|

Schapiro Seminar series|

Other lectures include:

Global Inequality: from the end of World War Two to today| Speakers: Dr Branko Milanovic; Chair: Dr Waltraud Schelkle Click here| for lecture slides.

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