LSE: Public lectures and events

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LSE Election Night Party 2017 - Panel 2 [Audio]


Speaker(s): Professor Tim Bale, Professor Matthew Goodwin, Cordelia Hay | The outcome of the 2017 General Election will be crucial in steering the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations, and for setting the tone of UK public policy for the next Parliament. Join LSE academics and guest speakers for an evening of lively analysis and debate on the potential winners, losers, and consequences for the UK and beyond. 9.25pm - Introduction and Welcome – Professor Julia Black. 9...


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LSE Election Night Party 2017 - Panel 3 [Audio]


Speaker(s): Professor Sara Hobolt, David Goodhart, Professor Anand Menon, Professor Simon Hix | The outcome of the 2017 General Election will be crucial in steering the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations, and for setting the tone of UK public policy for the next Parliament. Join LSE academics and guest speakers for an evening of lively analysis and debate on the potential winners, losers, and consequences for the UK and beyond. 9.25pm - Introduction and Welcome – Professor Julia Black. 9...


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LSE Election Night Party 2017 - Panel 4 [Audio]


Speaker(s): Professor Tim Besley, Dr Stephanie Rickard, Vicky Pryce | The outcome of the 2017 General Election will be crucial in steering the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations, and for setting the tone of UK public policy for the next Parliament. Join LSE academics and guest speakers for an evening of lively analysis and debate on the potential winners, losers, and consequences for the UK and beyond. 9.25pm - Introduction and Welcome – Professor Julia Black. 9...


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LSE Election Night Party 2017 - Panel 5 [Audio]


Speaker(s): Professor Mick Cox, Dr Brian Klaas, Dr Yu Jie | The outcome of the 2017 General Election will be crucial in steering the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations, and for setting the tone of UK public policy for the next Parliament. Join LSE academics and guest speakers for an evening of lively analysis and debate on the potential winners, losers, and consequences for the UK and beyond. 9.25pm - Introduction and Welcome – Professor Julia Black. 9.30pm - Panel 1: What to expect...


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How We Judge Others' Personality: gender, ethnicity and questionnaires [Audio]


Speaker(s): Dr Jana Uher | People often feel they are being judged differently for doing the same things. But experiences based on gender identity or ethnicity are frequently dismissed. This lecture will present key findings of a timely Marie Curie Project conducted at LSE...


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A Village, a Country and the Discipline: economic development in Palanpur over seven decades [Audio]


Speaker(s): Professor Lord Stern, Professor Amartya Sen | What can insights from seven decades of research in Palanpur tell us about economic development, inequality and prospects for India? This event is the Eva Colorni Memorial Lecture. Nicholas Stern (@lordstern1) is IG Patel Professor of Economics and Government at LSE, Director of the LSE India Observatory and President of the British Academy...


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 2017-06-07  1h21m
 
 

The Revolution: it might be a dinner party after all [Audio]


Speaker(s): James Meek | Is the historical association between extreme social change and violent revolution hampering opposition to the ballot-box extremism of the populist right? The Russian revolutions of 1917 still influence contemporary events, but they distort our understanding of them. Because the 1917 revolutions were both violent political transformations and executed programmes of radical social change, we see the two as bound to occur together. But it is not inevitable...


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 2017-06-06  1h23m
 
 

Women, Peace and Security in the Global Arena [Audio]


Speaker(s): Nana Bemma Nti, Christine Chinkin, Jeni Klugman, Jacqui True, Torunn L Tryggestad | How are scholars and researchers worldwide holding governments to account for their local and international women, peace and security commitments? Nana Bemma Nti is Faculty Co-ordinator of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Christine Chinkin is Director of the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security...


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 2017-06-05  1h26m
 
 

Apocalypse [Audio]


Speaker(s): Dr Franklin Ginn, Dr Suzanne Hobson, Professor John Milbank, Florian Mussgnug | Within our apparently secular, globalised, and technology-driven world, we are witnessing a return of apocalyptic thinking...


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 2017-05-30  1h28m
 
 

Primitivist Tourism and Anthropological Research: awkward relations [Audio]


Speaker(s): Dr Rupert Stasch | Editor's note: The first few minutes of the chairperson's introduction is missing from the recording. This lecture draws on Rupert Stasch's fieldwork studying Cannibal Tours-type encounters between international visitors and Korowai people of Indonesian Papua. Korowai, tourists, and guides regularly assimilated Rupert to tourism-relevant roles, and he regularly noticed similarities between tourism participants' ideas or practices and his own...


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