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Public Lectures and Events: podcasts and videos

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

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In addition to the podcasts listed here a catalogue of more than six hundred public event podcasts and videos dating from 1990 to 2006 can be found in the LSE Digital Library

The Global Refugee Crisis: a challenge to our common humanity

Recorded on: 11 February 2016

Speaker(s): Baroness Amos

Our world continues to be challenged by conflict and consequent flows of people across the world. How can and should we...

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Feminism in Transnational Times: a conversation with Christine Delphy

Recorded on: 10 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Christine Delphy, Professor Sylvie Tissot

On a rare visit to London, Professor Christine Delphy, one of the world's most influential feminist thinkers, joins us...

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Are Conspiracy Theories Bad for Democracy?

Recorded on: 10 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor David Runciman

Conspiracy theories go hand in hand with political mistrust. Are they symptom or cause of current levels of mistrust in...

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Political Economy and Development: a progress report

Recorded on: 10 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Tim Besley

Professor Besley gives his inaugural lecture as Sir William Arthur Lewis Chair in Development Economics. A major change...

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Each Age Gets the Bloodshed it Needs: 20,000 years of violence

Recorded on: 9 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Ian Morris

20,000 years ago, the average person stood a 10-20% chance of dying violently. Today, the chance is under 1%. We have...

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'Je ne suis pas féministe mais...' 52 minutes on the life of Christine Delphy

Recorded on: 8 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Christine Delphy, Professor Sylvie Tissot

On a rare visit to London, Professor Christine Delphy, one of the world's most influential feminist thinkers, joins us...

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Autism and Minds Wired for Science: ethical implications

Recorded on: 8 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor John Dupré, Dr Bonnie Evans

Our panel will offer perspectives from neuroscience, history and philosophy on autism: How has our understanding of...

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Britain and the EU: a view from the European Parliament

Recorded on: 5 February 2016

Speaker(s): Martin Schulz

Turbulent times, multiple challenges, permanent crisis mode. Can Europe cope? Are nation states better off alone? Is...

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Going Beyond 'Dangerous' Climate Change

Recorded on: 4 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Anderson

Despite high-level statements to the contrary, there is little to no chance of maintaining the global mean surface...

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Russia and the EU: back to realism?

Recorded on: 3 February 2016

Speaker(s): Fyodor Lukyanov

Leading Moscow analyst Fyodor Lukyanov argues that it's time to redefine the Europe – Russia relationship based on a...

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Comrade Corbyn: a very unlikely coup

Recorded on: 3 February 2016

Speaker(s): Rosa Prince

Until recently, Jeremy Corbyn was barely known outside political circles, yet last summer he rode a wave of popular...

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One Second of Light

Recorded on: 3 February 2016

Speaker(s): Giles Duley

One Second of Light is Duley’s latest book, covering his work on the effects of conflict and humanitarian disaster over...

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Not Yet Over the Rainbow: contemporary barriers to LGBT+ equality in the legal profession

Recorded on: 2 February 2016

Speaker(s): Claire Fox, Sarah Hannett, Daniel Winterfeldt

Drawing on a mix of personal experience and professional insight, speakers from the City, the bar and the bench will...

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Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation

Recorded on: 2 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Paul van Gardingen

How can ecosystem management in developing countries contribute to poverty alleviation, as well as to inclusive and...

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Empire of Things: why we have too much stuff, and what to do about it

Recorded on: 1 February 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Frank Trentmann

What we consume has become the defining feature of our lives: our economies live or die by spending, we are treated...

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Green Bonds: a solution to finance the future?

Recorded on: 1 February 2016

Speaker(s): Suzanne Buchta, Sean Kidney

Are financial markets the enemy of social equality and the environment? Or can market forces help nurture a more...

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Lessons from the Greek Crisis

Recorded on: 28 January 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Louka T Katseli

The Chair of the National Bank of Greece visits LSE to discuss the lessons from the Greek crisis. A welcome address...

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Why I should be Mayor of London Tomorrow

Recorded on: 28 January 2016

Speaker(s): Sian Berry, Zac Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Caroline Pidgeon, Peter Whittle

Ahead of the 2016 London Mayoral elections, this event will allow the candidates from the main political parties to...

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This Is London

Recorded on: 26 January 2016

Speaker(s): Ben Judah

This is the new London: an immigrant city. Over one-third of Londoners were born abroad, with half arriving since the...

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