Past Events Podcasts

Lectures, Interviews & Book Launches

LSE hosts a wide and varied range of Middle East events, including public lectures, seminars, book launches and conferences. Events are open to the public and are free of charge, unless otherwise stated. 

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Most of our events are recorded and available on SoundCloud and iTunes. Browse our past events by year below. 

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Transitional Justice in Israel-Palestine: Lessons from Colombia

Thursday 28 February | 16:00–17:30 | Yoav Kapshuk, Kinneret College

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Sexualities and LGBT Activism in the Middle East and North Africa

Tuesday 26 February | 18:30–20:00 | Mehammed Mack, Smith College; Cenk Ozbay, Sabanci University; Roula Seghaier, Kohl Journal; Silvia Quattrini, Chouf.

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The Return of the Military: Hybridity, Duality, and Political Activism

Wednesday 13 February | 18:30–20:00 | Yezid Sayigh, Carnegie Middle East Center

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Israel's Basic Law: Motivations and Ramifications

Wednesday 30 January | 18:00–19:30 | Amal Jamal, Tel Aviv University

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Israeli-Gulf Relations and Changing Middle Eastern Geopolitics

Tuesday 22 January | 18:00–19:30 | Ian Black, LSE Middle East Centre

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Four Decades of Reporting Change in the Middle East

Wednesday 16 January | 18:30–20:00 | Jim Muir, BBC News and LSE Middle East Centre

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Podcasts by Year