Why not retain your intellectual faculties at the white-heat they enjoyed while you were at Keele!
WORLD AFFAIRS LECTURE SERIES
The World Affairs Group has drawn up an extremely stimulating series of lectures and speakers for their 2006-2007 programme. All Lectures start at 7.30 p.m. in the Westminster Theatre, Chancellor’s Building). Please note course fee below.
Director Middle East Studies
Transparency International Berlin
World Wide Corruption!
Chief Ext C.B.I.
Globalisation – Threat or Opportunity?
“Iraq” – a case point of Western
Getting rid of Nuclear Weapons and
Science and Medical Author
Mice, Molecules, Men. Moral Ethics and Biological
Terror and Torture
Politics and the Media
Innovara, London and Amsterdam
Werrington Young Offenders’
Dealing with Young Offenders
Former Head MI5
Intelligence in Crisis from Sept 11 to Iraq!
Looting the World’s Culture
Reconstruction – Northern
Justice for the Old and
Nottingham Trent University
Racism in France
Thinking about Peace
House of Lords
Terrorism and Civil Liberties – Where Now and
a lot of evil in mankind
have to be constantly vigilant to combat it
is a lot of good in mankind
properly nurtured it will always triumph!”
£25. Pensioners £13. Unemployed and Students free. Please make cheques payable to “World
try the first three lectures free of charge? This course is dedicated to the
principles of free political debate. You must, however, have the tolerance to
accept that others may hold opposite views! If you want further information,
please ring Owen Powell on 01782 534934.
Tuesday, 3 October 2006
Professor Matthias Klaes
Wednesday, 25 October 2006
Professor John Wearden
Thursday, 9 November 2006
Professor Steve Cropper
Playing a part: on
Tuesday, 5 December 2006
Professor Serguei Semenov
Imagine and Discover:
Tuesday, 16 January 2007
Professor Andy Dobson
Thursday, 1 February 2007
Professor Jo Laybourn-Parry
Antarctica – the edge of
Professor Stephen Wilkinson
Thursday, 8 March 2007
Professor Richard Hays
Education or workforce strategies? The precarious position of medical
Tuesday, 27 March 2007
Professor Ronnie Lippens
Whither Critical Criminology?
Wednesday, 2 May 2007
Professor Chris Main
Tuesday, 15 May 2007
Professor Tom Scharf
INAUGURAL LECTURES COMMENCE AT 6.00 p.m. IN THE WESTMINSTER
THEATRE, CHANCELLOR’S BUILDING
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The World Affiars doesn't look that interesting but some of the inaugural lectures do. If it weren't for the distance I'd seriously consider going.