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Contributor(s): Professor Serene Khader, Professor Mark Neocleous, Dr David Westley, Dr David Bather Woods | What do we mean by the term ‘resilience’? We trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore critical perspectives on its modern forms.Meet our speakers and chairSerene Khader (@SereneKhader) is Professor and Jay Newman Chair in…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Dr Orla Lynskey, Dr Alison Powell, Dr Edgar Whitley | This is an event shortcast, a digested version of our live online public events series. This event was recorded on Thursday 15th October 2020. A full version is available to download on the LSE player.By Dr Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Dr Orla Lynskey, Dr Alison Powell, Dr Edgar Whitley
 
Contributor(s): Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, Giuseppe Sala, Marta Foresti, Professor Ricky Burdett | This is an event shortcast, a digested version of our live online public events series. This event was recorded on Friday 9th October 2020. A full version is available to download on the LSE player.By Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, Giuseppe Sala, Marta Foresti, Professor Ricky Burdett
 
Contributor(s): Professor Serene Khader, Professor Mark Neocleous, Dr David Westley, Dr David Bather Woods | What do we mean by the term ‘resilience’? We trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore critical perspectives on its modern forms.Meet our speakers and chairSerene Khader (@SereneKhader) is Professor and Jay Newman Chair in…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Serene Khader, Professor Mark Neocleous, Dr David Westley, Dr David Bather Woods | What do we mean by the term ‘resilience’? We trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore critical perspectives on its modern forms.Meet our speakers and chairSerene Khader (@SereneKhader) is Professor and Jay Newman Chair in…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Serene Khader, Professor Mark Neocleous, Dr David Westley, Dr David Bather Woods | What do we mean by the term ‘resilience’? We trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore critical perspectives on its modern forms.Meet our speakers and chairSerene Khader (@SereneKhader) is Professor and Jay Newman Chair in…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Kwang-Yeong Shin, Svetlana Mareeva, Professor Li Chunling, Professor Louis Chauvel, Professor André J. Caetano | This event will introduce a special issue of The Journal of Chinese Sociology, which will showcase new analyses of wealth inequality and their implications for social stratification and inequality in comparative…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Naila Kabeer | Join us for this first lecture in our new series organised in memory of Sylvia Chant which will be delivered by Naila Kabeer.Professor Kabeer will use a feminist economic lens to analyse a range of different impacts associated with COVID-19 and to explore the kinds of policies that such a lens would suggest …
 
Contributor(s): Professor Catherine Barnard, Baroness Hoey, Dr Gerard Lyons, Sir Ivan Rogers | Brexit represents the biggest systemic shock to the UK economy, society and politics for generations. Adapting to the 2016 referendum result has confronted established assumptions about the system, created the need to shift behaviours, and raised new ques…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Catherine Barnard, Baroness Hoey, Dr Gerard Lyons, Sir Ivan Rogers | Brexit represents the biggest systemic shock to the UK economy, society and politics for generations. Adapting to the 2016 referendum result has confronted established assumptions about the system, created the need to shift behaviours, and raised new ques…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Catherine Barnard, Baroness Hoey, Dr Gerard Lyons, Sir Ivan Rogers | Brexit represents the biggest systemic shock to the UK economy, society and politics for generations. Adapting to the 2016 referendum result has confronted established assumptions about the system, created the need to shift behaviours, and raised new ques…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Catherine Barnard, Baroness Hoey, Dr Gerard Lyons, Sir Ivan Rogers | Brexit represents the biggest systemic shock to the UK economy, society and politics for generations. Adapting to the 2016 referendum result has confronted established assumptions about the system, created the need to shift behaviours, and raised new ques…
 
Contributor(s): Dorie Clark, Dowshan Humzah, Professor Connson Locke, Simon Ong, Helen Tupper | The impacts of COVID-19 on career prospects will differ across individuals. In this session we will discuss the groups of people who have advanced and those who have been left behind during the pandemic, along with discussing how those who have been left…
 
Contributor(s): Professor John J. Mearsheimer, Professor Beate Jahn, Professor G. John Ikenberry | This event will debate the crisis of the liberal order: is the cause of the crisis liberalism itself, or does it have as much to do with Trump and the rise of populism as anything else?Explore the clash between liberalism and realism.Meet our speakers…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Paul Warmington, Professor Sabina Vaught | In the context of a global uprising for racial justice and the expansion of movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, universities have the opportunity and obligation to address structural racism. In the UK the backlash to these efforts has been swift. In October of 2020, members of Pa…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Ricky Burdett, Kostas Bakoyannis, Professor Lila Leontidou, Professor Georgios Petrakos | As cities struggle with the combined pressures of a killer disease and economic stress, the impacts of urban form on well-being, inequality and resilience are brought into even sharper focus. Using research from LSE’s global Urban Age…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Paul Warmington, Professor Sabina Vaught | In the context of a global uprising for racial justice and the expansion of movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, universities have the opportunity and obligation to address structural racism. In the UK the backlash to these efforts has been swift. In October of 2020, members of Pa…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Paul Warmington, Professor Sabina Vaught | In the context of a global uprising for racial justice and the expansion of movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, universities have the opportunity and obligation to address structural racism. In the UK the backlash to these efforts has been swift. In October of 2020, members of Pa…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Paul Warmington, Professor Sabina Vaught | In the context of a global uprising for racial justice and the expansion of movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, universities have the opportunity and obligation to address structural racism. In the UK the backlash to these efforts has been swift. In October of 2020, members of Pa…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Robert Lieberman, Professor Suzanne Mettler | Join us for a discussion of America’s current predicament and how it differs from past threats to democracy in the US.You can order the book at Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy.Meet our speakers and chairRobert Lieberman (@r_lieberman) is Krieger-Eisenho…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Katie Beswick, Dr Julia King, Professor Antoine Picon | City centres have experienced an exodus. Social distancing has emptied work places and theatres, and transformed the way we move through parks, streets, and supermarkets. At the same time, lockdown has meant that we are ever-present in our own homes. How can we plan for a fu…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Katie Beswick, Dr Julia King, Professor Antoine Picon | City centres have experienced an exodus. Social distancing has emptied work places and theatres, and transformed the way we move through parks, streets, and supermarkets. At the same time, lockdown has meant that we are ever-present in our own homes. How can we plan for a fu…
 
Contributor(s): Professor John Van Reenen | How can the UK and the world get back to sustainable growth following the COVID-19 pandemic? Pulling together the lessons of 30 years of work on technology, management and productivity, John Van Reenen will argue that innovation is the key to rekindling our economies.Meet our speaker and chairJohn Van Ree…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Katie Beswick, Dr Julia King, Professor Antoine Picon | City centres have experienced an exodus. Social distancing has emptied work places and theatres, and transformed the way we move through parks, streets, and supermarkets. At the same time, lockdown has meant that we are ever-present in our own homes. How can we plan for a fu…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Katie Beswick, Dr Julia King, Professor Antoine Picon | City centres have experienced an exodus. Social distancing has emptied work places and theatres, and transformed the way we move through parks, streets, and supermarkets. At the same time, lockdown has meant that we are ever-present in our own homes. How can we plan for a fu…
 
Contributor(s): Jon Davies, Dr Sarah Harrison, Professor Michael Bruter, Dr Sandra Obradović, Adam Drummond, Thomas Hicks | A mere few years ago, who would have ever expected some people unhappy with the results of a US Presidential election to forcibly enter the Capitol to prevent a democratic result from being certified? Between the disruption fr…
 
Contributor(s): Madeleine Bunting, Professor Diane Elson, Professor Lynne Segal | The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has made us aware of an acute crisis of care that lies at the heart of global inequalities. Care has long been marginalised and neglected as a central part of our economy. It’s a crisis not just of care workers but moves from the in…
 
Contributor(s): Patricia Espinosa | In a world beset by a global pandemic and an existential climate change emergency, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa will provide her vision for 2021 and discuss why this year’s global climate change negotiations, or COP26, will play a crucial role with respect to addressing climate chang…
 
Contributor(s): Patricia Espinosa | In a world beset by a global pandemic and an existential climate change emergency, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa will provide her vision for 2021 and discuss why this year’s global climate change negotiations, or COP26, will play a crucial role with respect to addressing climate chang…
 
Contributor(s): Patricia Espinosa | In a world beset by a global pandemic and an existential climate change emergency, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa will provide her vision for 2021 and discuss why this year’s global climate change negotiations, or COP26, will play a crucial role with respect to addressing climate chang…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Linda Scott | Linda Scott coined the phrase “Double X Economy” to address the systemic exclusion of women from the world financial order. In her new book, which she will talk about at this event, Scott argues on the strength of hard data and on-the-ground experience that removing those barriers to women's success is a win …
 
Contributor(s): Patricia Espinosa | In a world beset by a global pandemic and an existential climate change emergency, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change Patricia Espinosa will provide her vision for 2021 and discuss why this year’s global climate change negotiations, or COP26, will play a crucial role with respect to addressing climate chang…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Tali Sharot, Dr Joan Costa-Font, Professor David de Meza, Dr Chris Kutarna | Despite our growing collective pessimism about the state of the world, when it comes to our own lives, research suggests we are generally optimistic. After a year that will remain synonymous with anxiety, isolation, endless devastating news reports, and …
 
Contributor(s): Dr Tali Sharot, Dr Joan Costa-Font, Professor David de Meza, Dr Chris Kutarna | Despite our growing collective pessimism about the state of the world, when it comes to our own lives, research suggests we are generally optimistic. After a year that will remain synonymous with anxiety, isolation, endless devastating news reports, and …
 
Contributor(s): Jacky Wright | Join us for this fireside chat with Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US.Meet our speaker and chairJacky Wright (@WrightJacky) is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US, where she inspires and leads teams to help businesses leverage technology to …
 
Contributor(s): Dr Tali Sharot, Dr Joan Costa-Font, Professor David de Meza, Dr Chris Kutarna | Despite our growing collective pessimism about the state of the world, when it comes to our own lives, research suggests we are generally optimistic. After a year that will remain synonymous with anxiety, isolation, endless devastating news reports, and …
 
Contributor(s): Dr Tali Sharot, Dr Joan Costa-Font, Professor David de Meza, Dr Chris Kutarna | Despite our growing collective pessimism about the state of the world, when it comes to our own lives, research suggests we are generally optimistic. After a year that will remain synonymous with anxiety, isolation, endless devastating news reports, and …
 
Contributor(s): Jacky Wright | Join us for this fireside chat with Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US.Meet our speaker and chairJacky Wright (@WrightJacky) is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US, where she inspires and leads teams to help businesses leverage technology to …
 
Contributor(s): Jacky Wright | Join us for this fireside chat with Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US.Meet our speaker and chairJacky Wright (@WrightJacky) is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US, where she inspires and leads teams to help businesses leverage technology to …
 
Contributor(s): Dr Tali Sharot, Dr Joan Costa-Font, Professor David de Meza, Dr Chris Kutarna | Despite our growing collective pessimism about the state of the world, when it comes to our own lives, research suggests we are generally optimistic. After a year that will remain synonymous with anxiety, isolation, endless devastating news reports, and …
 
Contributor(s): Jacky Wright | Join us for this fireside chat with Jacky Wright, Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US.Meet our speaker and chairJacky Wright (@WrightJacky) is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft US, where she inspires and leads teams to help businesses leverage technology to …
 
Contributor(s): Hannah Bond, Bineta Diop, Helen Kezie-Nwoha | There is a growing recognition of the need for the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda to take into account how the climate crisis poses risks to women and girls’ peace and security, particularly in conflict and post-conflict contexts. Food security, water insecurity and displacement …
 
Contributor(s): Sarah-Jayne Clifton, Professor Deborah James, Dr Johnna Montgomerie, Dr Jerome Roos | Does the COVID-19 crisis mean that the time has now arrived for mass household debt cancellation?Central among the many social and economic policy challenges arising in our changed world is the pressing need to address high levels of household debt…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox, Professor Simon Goldhill, Dr Johanna Hanink | Are we living in a world marked by a new impunity of power? Political leaders discard established norms and taboos that have guided the behaviour of their predecessors and, in doing so, they win popular support from new areas of society, including the disengaged an…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox, Professor Simon Goldhill, Dr Johanna Hanink | Are we living in a world marked by a new impunity of power? Political leaders discard established norms and taboos that have guided the behaviour of their predecessors and, in doing so, they win popular support from new areas of society, including the disengaged an…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Mariana Mazzucato | Join us for this public lecture by Mariana Mazzucato who will outline her new approach for governments to deal with inequality, disease and climate change.Even before the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, capitalism was stuck. It had no answer to the different challenges facing the world – from those related t…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox, Professor Simon Goldhill, Dr Johanna Hanink | Are we living in a world marked by a new impunity of power? Political leaders discard established norms and taboos that have guided the behaviour of their predecessors and, in doing so, they win popular support from new areas of society, including the disengaged an…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox, Professor Simon Goldhill, Dr Johanna Hanink | Are we living in a world marked by a new impunity of power? Political leaders discard established norms and taboos that have guided the behaviour of their predecessors and, in doing so, they win popular support from new areas of society, including the disengaged an…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Nick Chater, Professor Paul Dolan, Dr Grace Lordan, Professor Tali Sharot, Rory Sutherland | The impacts of COVID-19 on society post-COVID and how we deal with them hinge on how politicians, firms and the public respond. What valuable lessons can we learn from behavioural science in a post-COVID-19 world? These unique insi…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Shani Orgad, Professor Sarah Knott, Jess Brammar | In this event we will grapple with past and present experiences of mothering. How can we tell a story of maternal labour in the past, in the absence of data? What does it mean to study mothering today, in the context of intensified neoliberalism? How does mothering enter t…
 
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