Recording of this lecture is now available.
Alumni and Friends of LSE are invited to the next talk, in Beijing, on the LSE China Lecture Series. The talk will take place in Beijing on 22 April 2014 from 7:30pm.
Prof. Paul Kelly, Vice President (Pro-Director) for Teaching and Learning at LSE, and Professor of Political Theory will deliver the lecture titled:-
Nationalism and Sovereignty - why Crimea is a problem and Scotland isn't
About the Speaker:-
Paul Kelly joined the LSE in 1995 after teaching for five years at the University of Wales Swansea. Prior to that he held a visiting research fellowship at the University of Chicago Law School and at the Bentham Project, University College London. He graduated from York University with a First in Philosophy and an MA in Political Theory. His PhD is from the University of London, where he spent two years at LSE and a further year at UCL.
His current research interests include political Ideas in British politics and policy-making including multiculturalism; group rights and national identity; equality of outcomes and equality of opportunity and theories of social justice; theories and concepts in modern political theory including especially the development and distinctiveness of British Political Ideas from the seventeenth-century; and political ideologies and political ideas from the Ancient Greeks to the present.
Venue and Registration
7:30pm, 22 April 2014 at the Capital Club, Beijing. Details on venue in English and Chinese. Drinks will be provided courtesy of LSE. Please note that the Capital Club has a dresscode, wearing blue jeans or sports shoes is not permitted in the club.
This event is for LSE alumni, and there are limited places for members of the general public (non-alumni) who would like to attend. Registration is closed, as the event is already over-subscribed. Thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you at the next LSE event. Remember to register early!