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The Summer Term 2015 programme is now online. You can browse a flipbook pdf of the programme| or browse the events by date. Highlights include Professor Raewyn Connell|, Fareed Zakaria|, Professor Kristin Forbes| and Julia Gillard|.  Newly added events include Laszlo Bock|Professor Joseph Stiglitz|Stephen J Dubner|, Amitav Ghosh|Professor Joseph S Nye|Professor Gayatri Spivak|  and Virginia Postrel|.

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Professor Peter Katzenstein

Anglo-American Civilisation and its Discontents in World Affairs|
Department of International Relations public lecture

Speaker: Professor Peter Katzenstein
Date: Wednesday 6 May, 6.30pm

 
Dr Laura Bear

Money and its Redemption|
Forum on Religion and Department of Anthropology public discussion

Speakers: Dr Laura Bear, Professor David Graeber, Professor Bill Maurer
Date: Thursday 7 May, 6.30pm

 
Professor Prasenjit Duara

The Crisis of Global Modernity: Asian traditions and a sustainable future|
Department of International Relations public lecture

Speaker: Professor Prasenjit Duara
Discussants: Professor William A Callahan, Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Professor Rana Miter
Date: Monday 11 May, 6.30-8pm

 
Polly Toynbee

The Election and the Left|
Ralph Miliband Programme public discussion

Speakers: Professor John Curtice, Polly Toynbee, Hilary Wainwright
Date: Tuesday 12 May, 6.30pm

 
Professor Richard Shweder

The Moral Challenge of Robust Cultural Pluralism|
Psychology as Social Science public lecture

Speaker: Professor Richard A Shweder
Respondent: Professor Anne Phillips
Date: Thursday 14 May, 6.30pm

 

 

 

 

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