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The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.

    Resilience

    Resilience

    Contributor(s): Professor Serene Khader, Professor Mark Neocleous, Dr David Westley, Dr David Bather Woods | What do we mean by the term ‘resilience’? We trace the philosophical traditions of resilience and explore critical perspectives on its modern forms.
    Meet our speakers and chair
    Serene Khader (@SereneKhader) is Professor and Jay Newman Chair in Philosophy of Culture at CUNY.
    Mark Neocleous is Professor of the Critique of Political Economy, Brunel University London.
    David Westley (@David_Westley) is Associate Professor of Psychology, Middlesex University.
    David Bather Woods (@dbatherwoods) is Senior Teaching Fellow in Philosophy at the University of Warwick.
    Shahidha Bari (@ShahidhaBari) is a Fellow at the Forum for Philosophy and Professor at the University of the Arts London.
    More about this event
    The Forum for Philosophy (@forumphilosophy) is a non-profit organisation that hosts weekly events exploring science, politics, and the arts from a philosophical perspective.

    • 1h 14 min
    SHORTCAST | Data-driven Responses to COVID-19: opportunities and limitations

    SHORTCAST | Data-driven Responses to COVID-19: opportunities and limitations

    Contributor(s): Dr Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Dr Orla Lynskey, Dr Alison Powell, Dr Edgar Whitley | This is an event shortcast, a digested version of our live online public events series. This event was recorded on Thursday 15th October 2020. A full version is available to download on the LSE player.

    • 14 min
    SHORTCAST | Growth and solidarity: cities reimagining human mobility in Africa and Europe

    SHORTCAST | Growth and solidarity: cities reimagining human mobility in Africa and Europe

    Contributor(s): Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, Giuseppe Sala, Marta Foresti, Professor Ricky Burdett |
    This is an event shortcast, a digested version of our live online public events series. This event was recorded on Friday 9th October 2020. A full version is available to download on the LSE player.

    • 20 min
    Gender and COVID-19: a feminist economic lens

    Gender and COVID-19: a feminist economic lens

    Contributor(s): Professor Naila Kabeer | Join us for this first lecture in our new series organised in memory of Sylvia Chant which will be delivered by Naila Kabeer.
    Professor Kabeer will use a feminist economic lens to analyse a range of different impacts associated with COVID-19 and to explore the kinds of policies that such a lens would suggest for a more resilient and equitable future.
    Meet our speaker and chair
    Naila Kabeer (@N_Kabeer) is Professor of Gender and Development at the Department of Gender Studies and Department of International Development at LSE.
    Eric Neumayer is Professor of Environment and Development and Pro-Director (PVC) Planning and Resources at LSE.
    More about this event
    The Sylvia Chant Lectures are organised in memory of Sylvia Chant, Professor of Development Geography.
    The Department of Geography and Environment (@LSEGeography) is a centre of international academic excellence in economic, urban and development geography, environmental social science and climate change.
    LSE Gender (@LSEGenderTweet) pioneers intersectional, interdisciplinary and transnational teaching and research, addressing the tenacity of gendered power relations and gendered inequalities in times of global transformations. Established in 1993, LSE Gender is the largest Department of Gender Studies in Europe.
    This event forms part of LSE’s Shaping the Post-COVID World initiative, a series of debates about the direction the world could and should be taking after the crisis.
    Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSECOVID19

    • 1h 1m
    Wealth Inequality Across the Globe

    Wealth Inequality Across the Globe

    Contributor(s): Professor Kwang-Yeong Shin, Svetlana Mareeva, Professor Li Chunling, Professor Louis Chauvel, Professor André J. Caetano | This event will introduce a special issue of The Journal of Chinese Sociology, which will showcase new analyses of wealth inequality and their implications for social stratification and inequality in comparative perspective.
    Chaired by Mike Savage, the contributions will range across Russia, China, South Korea, Brazil, as well as Europe and North America, to reflect on the size of the wealth gap, its dimensions and its significance for remaking traditional class divides.
    Meet our speakers and chair
    André J. Caetano is Professor of Sociology and Demography at the Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. His research focuses mainly on work and labour market, race/ethnicity inequalities and stratification methodology.
    Louis Chauvel is Professor of Sociology at the University of Luxembourg. His research mainly focuses on social welfare, income and wealth and social change in a comparative perspective.
    Li Chunling is Professor of Sociology at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
    Svetlana Mareeva is Center Director of the Institute of Social Policy, Higher School of Economics (HSE) Moscow.
    Celi Scalon is Professor of Sociology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro whose research focuses on social stratification and inequalities.
    Kwang-Yeong Shin is Professor of Sociology at Chung-Ang University in Seoul, Korea. He is also joint professorships in the Department of German and European Studies and the Cultural Studies. His research interests include the impact of the transformation of the labor market and population on social inequality, historical social democracy in Scandinavia, and neoliberal turns and the rise of precariat in East Asia.
    Mike Savage (@MikeSav47032563) is Martin White Professor of Sociology at LSE and co-founder of LSE International Inequalities Institute leading a research theme 'Wealth, Elites and Tax Justice'.
    More about this event
    This event will have live captioning and BSL interpreters.
    The International Inequalities Institute (@LSEInequalities) at LSE brings together experts from many LSE departments and centres to lead cutting-edge research focused on understanding why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges.
    This event forms part of LSE’s Shaping the Post-COVID World initiative, a series of debates about the direction the world could and should be taking after the crisis.
    Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSECOVID19

    • 1h 27 min
    How was Brexit for you? a reflection on what we learnt

    How was Brexit for you? a reflection on what we learnt

    Contributor(s): Professor Catherine Barnard, Baroness Hoey, Dr Gerard Lyons, Sir Ivan Rogers | Brexit represents the biggest systemic shock to the UK economy, society and politics for generations. Adapting to the 2016 referendum result has confronted established assumptions about the system, created the need to shift behaviours, and raised new questions about the model to be championed – while institutions struggle with new policy dilemmas, often of a transformative nature. So, what are we learning and what do we still need to learn if the UK is to make a success of Brexit? The panel will consider the changes occurring across government, the economy and society.
    Meet our speakers and chair
    Catherine Barnard (@CSBarnard24) is Professor of European Union and Labour Law at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.
    Catharine Hoey (@CatharineHoey) is a non aligned Peer who took her seat in 2020. After 30 years as the Labour MP for Vauxhall, she stood down at the December 2019 election. During her time as an MP, Baroness Hoey served as a Home Office Minister and was then the first female Sports Minister. A vocal campaigner to Leave the EU, she co chaired Labour Leave and spoke on many all party platforms across the country. Her support for her home country of Northern Ireland has been constant throughout her career.
    Gerard Lyons (@DrGerardLyons) is an economist and Chief Economic Strategist at Netwealth Investments, having previously served as Chief Economic Adviser to Boris Johnson while he was Mayor of London.
    Ivan Rogers is the former UK Permanent Representative to the EU.
    Tony Travers is Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy at LSE.
    More about this event
    This event is part of the LSE Programme, 'Brexit and Beyond'. The LSE Programme: Brexit and Beyond is a dedicated series to stimulate the public debate and informed discussion about this most pivotal topic. It comprises a variety of events, targeting LSE staff and students, as well as the general public and specific categories of policy-makers, practitioners and professionals working on Brexit; with the aim of continuing to shape the discussion surrounding its complex and uncertain agenda. The Programme is organised by LSE's European Institute and School of Public Policy.
    The European Institute (@LSEEI) is a centre for research and graduate teaching on the processes of integration and fragmentation within Europe. In the most recent national Research Excellence Framework the Institute was ranked first for research in its sector.
    The School of Public Policy (@LSEPublicPolicy) equips you with the skills and ideas to transform people and societies. It is an international community where ideas and practice meet. Their approach creates professionals with the ability to analyse, understand and resolve the challenges of contemporary governance.

    • 1h 34 min

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