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How propaganda works: from conflict to COVID-19

Wednesday 24 March 2021
Online public event (90 mins)

We were delighted to host a roundtable on the violence of propaganda—its histories and logics. 

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How Propaganda Works: from conflict to COVID-19 How Propaganda Works: from conflict to COVID-19
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Neither Settler nor Native: The Violence of the Nation-State

Wednesday 17 March 2021
Online public event via Zoom (90 mins)

Mahmood Mamdani spoke with Elizabeth Frazer about his latest book, Neither Settler nor Native: The Making and Unmaking of Permanent Minorities

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Neither Settler Nor Native: the violence of the nation-state Neither Settler Nor Native: the violence of the nation-state
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The Hedley Bull Lectures 2019
The Present, Past and Future of Civil War

In the November 2019 Hedley Bull lecture series, Professor Stathis Kalyvas explored the macro-temporal variation of civil wars.

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The Past of Civil War - More information

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The Future of Civil War - More information

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Arguing about immigration

Monday 21 October 2019

Professor Michael Walzer, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, one of the world's most eminent international theorists delivered a public lecture entitled 'Arguing about Immigration'.

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