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2013

PPR Seminar Series - Believe and Mobilize: SS intellectuals, Arabic Islam and the Remaking of Europe, 16 October 2013

PPR Seminar Series - What, after all, was Heidegger about?, 9 October 2013

EPOP 2013 Conference, 13 - 15th September 2013

Global Conference 'Future Mobilities', 4 September 2013

Work in Utopia, 4 July 2013

CeMoRe Annual Research Day 2013, 29 May 2013

Was Pol Pot a Buddhist? Reflections on Theravada Politics and Historiography, 24 April 2013

Environment, Consumption and the Problem of Inconsequentialism, 24 April 2013

Talk for Lancaster Cafe Scientifique by Rachel Cooper, 3 April 2013

Subtleties of Consent, 20 March 2013

Complementary and Alternative Medicine goes Mainstream: Implications for Religion and Society, 13 March 2013

Fifteen years on from the Good Friday Agreement, how much has Northern Ireland really changed?, 6 March 2013

Ethics in Dialogue: Encountering the Other in Indian Philosophy, 5 March 2013

Analytic Theology and the Academic Study of Religion, 20 February 2013

What Voters Want; Candidate Characteristics and Voter Preferences, 13 February 2013

Epistemic Injustice and Illness, 6 February 2013

LUSU involve Overseas Programme: China with Astrid Nordin, 31 January 2013

LUSU involve Overseas Programme: China with Astrid Nordin., 31 January 2013

The Aboreal Metaphor in Indo-European Myths of Origin, 30 January 2013

Members are not the only fruit: Volunteer activity in British political parties, 23 January 2013

Toleration and Development, 16 January 2013

 

2012

Forgotten Metaphysics: Reclaiming the Vedantic Metaphors of Currents, Yolks, Dancers, and Dramas, 5 December 2012

Imaginary Responsibility: How will we be judged for climate change?, 4 December 2012

Sport and Diplomacy, 28 November 2012

Departmental Seminar, 21 November 2012

"The New President and the Future of the Special Relationship", 15 November 2012

Public Discourse on 'Religion' and 'Atheism': Mutually Reinforcing Pillars, 14 November 2012

Politics, Principles and Compromise: Public Evaluations of Political Compromise, 7 November 2012

Liberal Medicine, and Several Types of Aristotelianism, 31 October 2012

Mitt Romney's Mormonism: Implications for the 2012 Election and Beyond, 29 October 2012

China Views the World: Challenging Western Ideas of World Order, 25 October 2012

The Politics of 'Empire', 'Mission' and 'Caste' in Indian Christianity, 24 October 2012

A More Perfect Union: US Think Tanks and Presidential Candidates, 22 October 2012

US Presidential Election 2012: Issues, Campaigns, Outcomes, 17 October 2012

US Presidential Election 2012: Issues, Campaigns, Outcomes, 17 October 2012

From Lancaster to Westminster: A Political Journey, 5 October 2012

Reflections of an Information Scientist on the Science versus Religion debate with with Professor Alan Gillies, 3 October 2012

Comics, Religion & Politics, 4th & 5th September 2012

Building Policy Capacity in the Northwest: Invitation to a Dialogue with the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion, 15 June 2012

Civic Health public lecture - 'Living Well Within Limits', 30 May 2012

Civic Health public lecture - 'Solidarity, Vulnerability,& Civic Health', 23 May 2012

Civic health public lecture - 'Good Work', 16 May 2012

PPR Seminar - The Coalition's Electoral Record: Reform, Reconfiguration, Results, 9 May 2012

Civic Health public lecture - 'Civic Health & Civic Vitality', 9 May 2012

What are the main Trends in Religion and Values in Britain?, 2 May 2012

PPR Seminar - National identity and the politics of the 'headscarf' debate in Germany, 2 May 2012

PPR Seminar - Policy Making in the Coalition, 25 April 2012

What Limits to Religious Freedom?, 18 April 2012

Athesim, Scientism and Open-Mindedness: Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lectures, 3 April 2012

Civil Society rapprochement and high politics stalemate: Mapping the future of Armenian-Turkish relations in the context of the wider Middle East, 23 March-24 March 2012

 

 

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