See below for our current public lectures and events as well as those that were held over the past year, with links to podcasts and videos where available. Follow the links on the left for all events hosted by our research centres. See Past Events for lectures and other events in previous years (also with links to videos and podcasts where available). We look forward to hosting more public events in the next academic year, so watch this space.
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Sociology After Brexit
Date: Monday 10th October 2016
Venue: Robert McKenzie Room - St Clement's Building STC S219
Professor Craig Calhoun
Professor Mike Savage
Professor Gurminder K. Bhambra
Dr Will Davies
Dr Lucy Mayblin
Dr Lisa McKenzie
We are delighted to be hosting a workshop on "Sociology After Brexit", which will explore the sociological ramifications of 'Brexit'. We will examine the dimensions of sociology to which the post -Brexit era call attention - migration, finance, inequality, populism/nationalism, anti-elite politics - as well as considering the broader global patterns in which Brexit appears to fit. The workshop will consist of a serises of informal talks by our main speakres, each followed by Q&A - with a 'roundtable' session at the end in which we hope to map some of the broader ramifications of these issues for our discipline.
There will be a drinks reception to follow
Please contact Kalynka Bellman (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book a place. Students within LSE Sociology will be given priority, although we will try to accomodate as many guests as possible.
Sociology of WE Du Bois: why Du Bois is the founder of American scientific sociology
Date: Thursday 20th October 2016
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Aldon Morris
Chair: Professor Nigel Dodd
In this talk Aldon Morris discusses evidence from his book, The Scholar Denied, showing Du Bois, an influential 20th century black scholar, was the founding father of modern scientific sociology.
Full Details: Event Webpage
Resist: Festival of Ideas and Actions
Launching on 26 September 2016 with a public lecture by fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood, followed by three days of events from 28-30 September. Follow link to Resist webpage from Contents panel or here: www.lse.ac.uk/resist.