14 Apr 2021
Trust is a vital ingredient for a happy and cohesive society and restoring public confidence will be crucial to our recovery in years to come. In this event Christina Boswell and Emily Morrison discuss issues of trust and how we can work together to rebuild society.
15 Apr 2021
In this event, Rebecca Earle will discuss how potatoes fit into modern history, and also touch on the relationship between food, power, colonialism, and cultural appropriation.
26 Apr 2021
In the next event in our Leaders in SHAPE series, bestselling writer and founder of the Everyday Sexism Project Laura Bates joins Conor Gearty to discuss her life and career.
28 - 30 Apr 2021
On 29 December 1170, four knights murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket inside Canterbury Cathedral and he became one of the most famous martyrs in medieval Europe. At this conference, scholars will commemorate and re-examine Becket's extraordinary legacy.
6 - 8 May 2021
Andrew Marvell has come to be recognised as both the most important 17th-century poet after John Milton. This conference looks to the future of Marvell studies and the future of interdisciplinary early modern research more broadly.
10 May 2021
In the next event in our Leaders in SHAPE series, Director of the V&A and former Labour MP Tristram Hunt joins Conor Gearty to discuss his life and career.
13 May 2021
On 13 May, join renowned economist Partha Dasgupta in-conversation with Hetan Shah as he discusses how our economies are embedded within nature.
18 May 2021
On 18 May, Chris Gosden will explore the role of magic in shaping civilisations and how we might use it today to rethink our understanding of the world.
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