Past events


2017/8

John Maynard Keynes: Historian of Political Thought?
21 November 2017

Dr Duncan Kelly (University of Cambridge) considers how the political economist J. M. Keyens may also be viewed as a historian of British political thought.

Workshop Week Staff Debate: Women vs. Feminism with Joanna Williams
16 November 2017

A debate featuring author Joanna Williams on her new book, Women vs. Feminism, with staff from the Department of Politics and the wider college.

In Conversation with Margaret Hodge MP
14 November 2017

 The Labour MP for Barking talks with Professor Sarah Childs about her life in politics and her recent book, Called to Account.

Civil Society Organisations: Whatever Happened to Morality and Altruism?
7 November 2017

Dr Linda Milbourne and Dr Ursula Murray discuss changes to British social policy and their new book, Civil Society Organisations in Turbulent Times: A Gilded Web?

Why Labour Won with Rosie Duffield MP
5 October 2017

A joint event with Canterbury Christ Church University with guest Rosie Duffield MP, exploring why Canterbury went from blue to red in the 2017 General Election.

How Open is Britain in 2017 and Where Next?
28 September 2017

Dr Ben Worthy leads a panel of experts on the state of transparency in Britain and the post-Brexit future.

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