January 2015 Newletter

Happy New Year to you all and welcome to Backdoor Broadcasting’s January 2015 newsletter.  While we’re still struggling with technical issues around getting the new website ready, here’s a quick overview of the recent additions to our archive, starting with the Aristotelian Society – and their last talk of 2014:

and the first one from 2015:

There were also two from the Royal Asiatic Society:

The first of a series of symposia and conferences from the University of Kind on new psychoactive drugs, drug-use and drug policies you can listen to here:

The bi-annual ‘Beyond Camps and Forced Labour’ conference, which has been around for at least a decade, was held again at the Imperial War Musuem, and while we sadly didn’t record the papers, we do have Professor Nik Wachsmann’s keynote lecture:

The Kingston Shakespeare seminars closed their ‘Shakespeare and Music’ series with:

and started the new year with the theme of ‘Shakespeare and Modernism’ and this talk:

The History research seminars at Royal Holloway had one contribution:

From the Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism came this topical debate:

The School of Law at Birkbeck we now have the second Leverhulme lecture from Professor Michel Rosenfeld:

and first one is here, in case you’ve missed it.

An entertaining and stimulating event on the film ‘Pride’ was held at Birkbeck; you might know it, it was the film which portrayed a group gay and lesbian supporters of the miners’ strike in the 1980s – the recording is here:

And finally two more additions to the 20th anniversary lecture series from the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston University:

So fingers crossed that we will see the next newsletter from the new website, in the meantime please note that we have a ‘follow us on Twitter’ button now on our home page, so if you someone who collects tweets, or tweets, please follow us and I will send out every new recording on Twitter.  Follow @Backdoor_Radio

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All the best,


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