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Does Culture Matter?


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Speaker(s): Kurt Barling, Sehrish Ejaz-Khan, Rajiv Gopie
Chair: Mark Hoffman

Recorded on 15 February 2012 in Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building.

Kurt Barling, uses media to examine social injustice, racial prejudice and inequality. Over the past 20 years Kurt has worked on numerous prestigious BBC programmes, made dozens of documentaries and won a string of awards. Kurt will reflect on his time at LSE, and with current LSE students discuss the importance of culture at LSE and beyond.

Kurt Barling is a LSE alumnus and BBC London Special Correspondent. Sehrish Ejaz- Khan is an undergraduate student in Economics and Economic History, and Rajiv Gopie is a post graduate student in International Relations, both at LSE.

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