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Jan
19

Ruin and Renewal: Civilising Europe after the Second World War

Tue, 19 Jan - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Paul Betts, Timothy Garton Ash, Margaret MacMillan, Steve Smith, Faisal Devji

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Jan
22

The Bonds of Family

Fri, 22 Jan - 16:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Dr Katie Donington

Series: Global & Imperial History Research Seminar

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Jan
22
Jan
25

Changes over time in the global Multidimensional Poverty Index

Mon, 25 Jan - 15:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Professor Sabina Alkire

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

*Booking Required

Jan
26

Taking back control: Comprador bankers and the revival of developmentalism in Poland

Tue, 26 Jan - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Dr Marek Naczyk, Dr Tim Vlandas, Jan Drahokoupil

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Jan
27

Conversation: ‘Britain and Empire in World War II’

Wed, 27 Jan - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Ashley Jackson, Iain Johnston-White

Series: History of War Seminar Series

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Jan
27

On 'Auschwitz': reflecting on the meaning of absolute death

Wed, 27 Jan - 17:30 -   .ics

Speakers: Dan Diner, Professor Jonathan Wolff, Professor Dapo Akande, Marietta van der Tol

Where: Online event, Blavatnik School of Government

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Jan
28

Imperial Encore: The Cultural Project of the Late British Empire

Thu, 28 Jan - 14:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Caroline Ritter

Series: Modern British History Seminar

*Booking Required

Jan
29
Feb
01

Moderate internationally comparable MPI

Mon, 01 Feb - 15:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Dr Elina Scheja

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

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Feb
05

The Place of Religion After the Uprisings

Fri, 05 Feb - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Shadi Hamid, Nadia Oweidat

Series: Middle East Centre Friday Seminar Series

Feb
08

Multidimensional Poverty Indices and Children: Four Measurement Strategies

Mon, 08 Feb - 15:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Mr Jakob Dirksen

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

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Feb
09

Is there still “rule of law” in Poland and Hungary?

Tue, 09 Feb - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Adam Bodnar, Zsolt Enyedi, Marta Bucholc, Timothy Garton Ash

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Feb
10
Feb
12

Libya - TBC

Fri, 12 Feb - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Anas al-Gomati, Mary Fitzgerald

Series: Middle East Centre Friday Seminar Series

Feb
16

Europe's Grand Strategy in a New World Order

Tue, 16 Feb - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Bart Szewczyk, Anne Deighton, Hartmut Mayer

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Feb
19
Feb
22

The relationship between electrification, poverty, and economic development

Mon, 22 Feb - 15:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Dr Frank Vollmer

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

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Feb
23

Unsettling Europe: further reflections on post-1945 history

Tue, 23 Feb - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Peter Gatrell, Hartmut Mayer, Paul Betts

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Feb
24

Debating the Law, Creating Gender

Wed, 24 Feb - 14:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Professor Irene Schneider

Series: MEC Women's Rights Research Seminars

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Mar
01

Inequality among the multidimensionally poor in over 100 countries

Mon, 01 Mar - 15:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Dr Maria Emma Santos

Series: OPHI Seminar Series

*Booking Required

Mar
02

Between Region and Nation: Reimagining Basque Identity Within the French Nation-State, 1780-1870

Tue, 02 Mar - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Talita Ilacqua, Paul Betts, Professor David Hopkin

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Mar
04
Mar
05

Social Media - TBC

Fri, 05 Mar - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Dr. Marc Owen Jones, Dr Sahar Mohamed Khamis

Series: Middle East Centre Friday Seminar Series

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Mar
08
Mar
09

Cold War, Trade War: The Soviet Union, the EEC, and UNCTAD’s battle for free trade

Tue, 09 Mar - 17:00 -   .ics

Speakers: Alessandro Iandolo, Paul Betts, David Priestland, Louise Fawcett

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Mar
11

Slavery and the Art of Race (joint meeting with Modern History Seminar)

Thu, 11 Mar - 17:00 -   .ics

Speaker: Philippa Levine

Series: Modern British History Seminar

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