Events

Confronting Global Challenges 2017-2067

Hosted by Centre for International Studies (CIS)

Hong Kong Theatre

Speakers

Professor Julian Go

Professor Julian Go

Professor of Sociology at Boston University

Dr Leslie Vinjamuri

Dr Leslie Vinjamuri

Director of the Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice, and Chair of the IR Speaker Series at SOAS.

Professor Barry Buzan

Professor Barry Buzan

Emeritus Montague Burton Chair, Department of International Relations, LSE

Professor Tomila Lankina

Professor Tomila Lankina

Professor of International Relations at LSE

Professor Lutfey Siddiqi

Professor Lutfey Siddiqi

Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the Centre for International Studies, LSE

Chair

Professor Mick Cox

Professor Mick Cox

Director of LSE IDEAS and Emeritus Professor of International Relations at LSE

Join us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the LSE Centre for International Studies and the launch of the LSE International Studies Book Series, a joint venture between the CIS and Cambridge University Press. To mark the occasion, the Centre is delighted to host an eminent panel of past and present CIS fellows and faculty to debate the global challenges likely to be faced in the next 50 years.

 

Kirsten Ainley(@kirstenainley) is Director of the Centre for International Studies, and Assistant Professor of International Relations at LSE.

Leslie Vinjamuri (@londonvinjamuri) is Director of the Centre on Conflict, Rights and Justice, Associate Professor in International Relations, and Chair of the International Relations Speaker Series at SOAS.

Barry Buzan is Emeritus Montague Burton Chair, Department of International Relations, LSE, and Honorary Professor at Jilin University, and China Foreign Affairs University.

Tomila Lankina (@TomilaLankina) is Professor of International Relations at LSE. 

Lutfey Siddiqi (@Lutfeys) is Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the Centre for International Studies at LSE, and Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore. 

Julian Go (@jgo34) is Professor of Sociology at Boston University.

Mick Cox is Director of LSE IDEAS and Emeritus Professor of International Relations at LSE.

 

Suggested hashtag for this lecture: #CIS50

 

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