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2013

A collection of podcasts and videos from LSE's programme of public lectures and events.

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Public lecture podcasts and videos: 2013


Is Europe Working?
Recorded on: 12 December 2013
Speaker(s): Professor Sir Christopher Pissarides
The government announced earlier this year that LSE will be one of 12 universities to have the prestigious title of...
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In Conversation with the Hon Mr Justice Peter Jackson
Recorded on: 12 December 2013
Speaker(s): The Hon Mr Justice Peter Jackson
One of the most senior High Court judges assigned to the Family Division, Peter Jackson will answer your questions sent...
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From Moral Panics to States of Denial: a celebration of the life and work of Stan Cohen
Recorded on: 10 December 2013
Speaker(s): Professor Robin Cohen, Professor David Downes, Daphna Golan, Thomas Hammarberg, Professor Harvey Molotch
Stan Cohen was a world class sociologist, criminologist and public intellectual whose insight, analysis, commitment and...
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Feminism in the Media
Recorded on: 10 December 2013
Speaker(s): Natalie Hanman, Lola Okolosie, Tracey Reynolds
The panellists will interrogate current representations of feminism in the media and share interventionist strategies...
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Media Agenda Talk – ‘Women and the Public Sphere in the 21st Century’
Recorded on: 10 December 2013
Speaker(s): Caroline Criado-Perez
Caroline Criado-Perez is a freelance journalist, broadcaster and feminist campaigner. Co-founder of The Women’s Room,...
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The Future of London within the UK
Recorded on: 9 December 2013
Speaker(s): Boris Johnson
The State Of The Union series has seen people from Alex Salmond to Martin McGuiness and Michael Heseltine discuss the...
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Zhang Shizhao: a forgotten theorist of social change
Recorded on: 9 December 2013
Speaker(s): Dr Leigh Jenco
Leigh Jenco will explain how the forgotten work of Zhang Shizhao throws light on a dilemma of global importance: how...
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Africa and Its Position in the World Today
Recorded on: 6 December 2013
Speaker(s): Nelson Mandela
As Africa stands at a critical stage in its development, Nelson Mandela, the leading figure of the anti-apartheid...
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Constitutional Interpretation in the USA
Recorded on: 5 December 2013
Speaker(s): Professor Risa L Goluboff, Dr Jacco Bomhoff
The United States of America is famous for its system of constitutional review- its Supreme Court of unelected judges...
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Is ASEAN Still Relevant?
Recorded on: 4 December 2013
Speaker(s): Tan Sri Dr Tony Fernandes
Will the ASEAN Economic Community materialize by 2015 and how will it function in practice? Tan Sri Dr Tony Fernandes...
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Efficiency, Legitimacy and Political Expediency: Japan's trade governance dilemmas
Recorded on: 4 December 2013
Speaker(s): Mireya Solis
Trade policy aims to satisfy three key criteria: efficiency, legitimacy and political expediency. As Japan embarks on a...
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Protest and Revolution in the Arab World: Reflections Three Years On
Recorded on: 4 December 2013
Speaker(s): Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed, Dr John Chalcraft, Dr Ewan Stein
Three years after the Arab uprisings started in Tunisia, a panel of academics will reflect on the causes and drivers...
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Is there a Progressive Case for National Identity?
Recorded on: 3 December 2013
Speaker(s): Sunder Katwala
This lecture will examine attitudes towards immigration, integration and opportunity in Britain today. National...
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The Open Society as an Enemy
Recorded on: 3 December 2013
Speaker(s): Professor Jason McKenzie Alexander
It is often said that openness and transparency are required for liberal democracies. But is this true for openness and...
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Media Agenda Talk – ‘The Story of NGO Images: From Aid Porn to Empowerment’
Recorded on: 3 December 2013
Speaker(s): Brendan Paddy
Is showing a tragic portrait of people in the developing world the only effective strategy to call for action and ...
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US foreign policy and the Iranian Revolution: The Dynamics of Engagement and Strategic Alliance
Recorded on: 2 December 2013
Speaker(s): Dr Christian Emery
During this talk, Dr Emery will discuss the main findings from his new book: 'US Foreign Policy and the Iranian...
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Approaches to Eradicate Poverty Over the Next Generation
Recorded on: 28 November 2013
Speaker(s): Mark Goldring
Mark Goldring is chief executive of Oxfam GB and has decades of experience within international development, including...
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The Body Economic: why austerity kills
Recorded on: 27 November 2013
Speaker(s): Dr David Stuckler
The Body Economic puts forward a radical proposition. Austerity, it argues, is seriously bad for your health. We can...
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Crisis and Considering Crisis in Critical Contemporary Culture
Recorded on: 27 November 2013
Speaker(s): Alex Massouras (artwork), Alexis Milne (artwork), Nikolas Barnes (play), Rob Oldfield (play), Daniel Koczy (paper)
Following the second issue on fakeness (launched November 2012), CCC’s third issue examines the centrality of the idea...
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A Fractured Future: climate change in an age of fossil fuel abundance
Recorded on: 27 November 2013
Speaker(s): Lord Browne of Madingley
In 1997, Lord Browne broke ranks with the rest of the oil industry and acknowledged the risk posed by the climate...
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