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26th March 2020
Beth Gardiner will be sharing her findings from 'Choked', in which she travels the world to expose the political decisions and economic forces that keep so many of us breathing dirty air.
13th February 2020
Michael Ignatieff joins Simon Goldhill FBA to discuss the impact of social media upon liberal democracy.
03rd March 2020
Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet, 1694–1778), is one of the most influential and provocative thinkers of the French Enlightenment, and widely considered a philosophical precursor of the Revolution. But how relevant are his ideas today when attitudes to politics, religion and tolerance have changed? Join our panel as they discuss Voltaire’s life and legacy.
23rd January 2020
This joint event by the British Academy and the Political Studies Association will discuss how we can go about renewing our democracy and to unravel the political events of the past twelve months.
Run, jump, swim, play. How can we open up physical activity opportunities to trans and non-binary people?
19th February 2020
Drawing on new research from Bournemouth University involving a local transgender social group - Communi-T and their positive and negative experiences of swimming, our expert panel discuss what more can be done to open up physical activity opportunities to transgender and non-binary communities.
10th March 2020
Join our panel as they discuss atmospheres of violence across Africa, Asia and Latin America, the relationship between economic demand, conflict, gender and environmental rights and the action policymakers urgently need to take to protect defenders.
06th February 2020
Drawing on their recent research, Lucy Bond and Jessica Rapson will discuss how the tourist and heritage industry is complicit in the rise of environmental racism in the United States.
27th January 2020
Toby Green, winner of the British Academy’s Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2019, discusses his groundbreaking history, A Fistful of Shells, in conversation with Zeinab Badawi.
11th November 2020
On 29 December 1170, four knights murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket inside Canterbury Cathedral. News of this sacrilegious violence spread quickly and Becket became one of the most famous martyrs in medieval Europe.
02nd July 2020
Fifty years later we consider how the arts shaped the Anglophone 1970s women’s movement and how the legacy of that relationship resonates today