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Events Leaflet Spring 2015

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Professor Matthew Connelly

The Cold War and the Culture of Secrecy|
LSE IDEAS Philippe Roman lecture series 2014-15

Speaker: Professor Matthew Connelly
Date: Tuesday 13 January, 6.30pm

 
Professor Paul Fletcher

Is the Brain a Predictive Machine?|
Forum for European Philosophy “Consilience” public discussion

Speakers: Professor Paul Fletcher, Professor Karl Friston, Demis Hassabis, Professor Richard Holton
Date: Thursday 15 January, 6.30pm

 
Dr Judith Rodin

Managing Disruption, Avoiding Disaster and Growing Stronger in an Unpredictable World|
LSE Cities and Grantham Research Institute public lecture

Speaker: Dr Judith Rodin
Date: Monday 19 January, 6.30pm

 
Professor Barry Eichengreen - © Photo by Edward Caldwell

Hall of Mirrors|
Department of Economics and Centre For Macroeconomics public conversation

Speaker: Professor Barry Eichengreen
Date: Wednesday 21 January, 6.30pm

 
Professor Saskia Sassen

Extradition and the Erosion of Human Rights|
Centre for the Study of Human Rights and Department of Sociology public discussion

Speakers: Gareth Peirce, Professor Saskia Sassen, Professor Jeanne Theoharis
Wednesday 28 January, 6.30pm

 

 

 

 

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