Podcasts from Lincoln College, Oxford
Lincoln Leads in Law 2018
What are the limits of the law? Dr Barbara Havelková (Shaw Foundation Fellow in Law), alumna Shabana Mahmood (MP for Birmingham Ladywood), and Lincoln MCR student Lukas Wagner, discuss the limits of the law in this engaging finale to the 2018 Lincoln Leads seminar series. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
Lincoln Leads in Economics 2018
Economics: Should money make the world go round? This week our panellists, Professor Ian Crawford (Professor of Economics, Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College) and Jessica Milligan (2015, DPhil in Economics), discuss whether money should make the world go round. We learn more about experiments in altruism through the Human Sociality Project, as well as behavioural economics and how to predict change from policy intervention.
Lincoln Leads in Engineering 2018
The Lincoln Leads engineering panel discuss 'how is technology shaping the future?' We look to the future in this Lincoln Leads session as our panellists consider the question 'how is technology shaping the future?' Dr Paul Stavrinou (Fellow in Engineering Science), Nicola Shaw CBE (Executive Director at National Grid), and DPhil student Holly Hathrell (Chromosome Biology), all bring their experience and expertise to the table and we learn how laser technology is shaping developments in engineering science, how the emergence of renewable energy shapes the operations of the National Grid, and how developments in AI and automation are themselves shaped by moral philosophy.
Lincoln Leads in History 2018
Lincoln Leads seminar in History.
Lincoln Leads in Philosophy 2018
Philosophy: 'Should there be limits on free speech?' For the first time since its inception, 'Lincoln Leads' explores Philosophy. Our panellists, Dr Alexander Prescott-Couch (Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy), Ian Brownhill (2003, Barrister at No 5 Chambers), and Benjamin Musachio (2017, MPhil in International Development) tackle the question of whether there should be limits on free speech. In this lecture, we learn about the conceptual significance of free speech in the canon of western philosophy, the policing of speech by the State and the Self, and the debates surrounding no-platforming on campus.
'Lincoln Leads' is a seminar series designed to foster conversation between Lincoln's common rooms and alumni, as well as to showcase the exceptional research taking place in the College.
Lincoln Leads in Material Culture
Material Culture: The Power of the Image? In this Lincoln Leads session we consider the power of the image. Our panel, composed of Dr Joshua Thomas (Lavery-Shuffrey Early Career Fellow in Roman Art and Archaeology), Sarah Bochicchio (2016, MSt in British and European History) and Robert Kerr (1971, Former Executive at Burberry), transverse the humanities as they discuss everything from archaeology and fashion, to history, diplomacy and advertising. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/