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At this lecture on Tuesday 1 December, Charles Taylor, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at McGill University, will look at the constant temptation for modern democracies to veer towards exclusion.
The next LSE Chill is on Friday 27 November.
We have a great line-up of LSE students performing, including Alex Leung and Laine Caruzca; Sophie d’Arcangelo and Eleanor Carpigo; Turhan Sidiq and Demas Koh, ranging from musical numbers, pop, and even a little Christmas bonus.
Join LSE Arts from 6pm at Café 54, New Academic Building to relax after a busy week. The event is free and open to all, make sure you get there early to make the most of the limited free food and drinks.
If you’re interested in performing at a future LSE Chill, visit the website to see available dates and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Capital Development team have been liaising with Westminster City Council regarding the demolition working hours and have agreed a slight change to the quiet periods.
These were 10am-12pm and 2-4pm but from Monday 23 November these times will be change as follows, giving an additional half an hour of quieter time in the afternoon which is offset by half an hour earlier start in the mornings before 8am:
The Student Services Centre can help you access a variety of support services from across the School.
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With the festive season fast approaching, LSE Catering has tailored some Christmas reception packages for you to enjoy.
The receptions are perfect for a departmental get-together, formal event or celebration with warm mince pies, hot mulled wine and smoked salmon canapés on offer.
To view the options or to book a reception, visit the hospitality ordering system.
... its birth stemmed from the conviction that cities reflect not only our most acute problems but also our great innovations, opportunities and solutions.
Read more on the LSE History blog, The Urban Age, ten years on.
Have you visited the Foundations: LSE and the science of society in the LSE Library? Book a place on a lunchtime talk by the exhibition team.
2015 is LSE’s 120th anniversary: lse.ac.uk/lse120 #LSE120
The Creative Economy: invention of a global orthodoxy
Speakers: Professor Angela McRobbie, Professor Jonothan Neelands, Professor Philip Schlesinger
Date: Wednesday 25 November 2015 6.30pm
The Future of the Professions: how technology will transform the work of human experts
Speakers: Daniel Susskind, Professor Richard Susskind
Date: Monday 30 November 2015, 6.30-8pm
Is Political Violence Ever Justified?
Speakers: Professor Howard Caygill, Professor Maeve Cooke, Professor Kim Hutchings
Date: Tuesday 01 December 2015, 6.30-8pm
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