Monday 17 February, 6pm
Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: Max Steuer
Chair: Professor Anthony Giddens
To celebrate the launch of his new publication The Scientific Study of Society (Kluwer, January 2003), Max Steuer will speak on the key issues raised in his study on society. A variety of important issues relating to crime, housing, money, migration, religion and the family from the viewpoint of the five major social sciences will be looked at.
Max Steuer is currently attached to the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science at LSE. Since joining the LSE Economics Department in 1959 he has been an academic governor, and dean of the Graduate School. He initiated the Cities Programme at LSE, played a major role in developing the taught MSc, which has been taken up by the other departments of the School, as well as nationally, and also promoted the concept of the PhD Programme.
This lecture is free and open to all.
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