Right, let’s start with one of our our regulars, the Royal Asiatic Society. Two very interesting contributions from them:
And here is the contribution from the Aristotelian Society:
Also one from the Warburg Institute:
The Leo Baeck Institute has continued it series of talks on ‘Seeing Jews in Art: Networks, Fantasies and Dreams’ at the German Historical Institute with an interesting view on ‘Jewish Gangsters’:
The 2019 series of public lectures on Philosophy, Politics and Culture from the Centre of Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston held its two final talks:
and you can find all of them here.
We have three talks from the Pears Institute for the Study of Anti-Semitism:
Now on to Birkbeck: The Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities has concentrated on contemporary writers, and there’s plenty of interesting talk here for you to listen to:
And a fabulous lecture from art historian T.J. Clark:
Ten years ago we recorded a conference on mental health in Palestine – at the time very controversial and disputed (you can listen to it here). As a follow-up, the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research has re-visited the topic and staged a second conference with the co-operation from CREHR (Centre for Researching and Embedding Human Rights), the UK/Palestine Mental Health Network and Friends of Birzeit University. It took place a while ago, and, after much careful checking, here it is:
And finally, a fascinating talk on demographics and population change – a topic much overlooked, but which most certainly will shape and determine our future:
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