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Series associated with Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)

1909: The People's Budget
Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age
Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lectures in International Relations
Centre for International Studies Podcasts
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
German Politics: An Introduction
Israel Studies Seminar
Judgement and Justice: The Life and Diary of William Godwin
Political Demonology: The Logic of Evil in Contemporary Literature and Theology
Politics and International Relations Podcasts
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Spain: 1959 - 1992
The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On
The Engagement of Theory
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The State of the State
US China Relations: An Introduction
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 The failure of political journalism In this seminar, Helen describes the seductive power of the collective narrative as being one of the most distorting forces in modern political journalism. Helen Lewis 31 May 2019
2 Reputation, trust and keeping watch Inga Thordar, executive editor of CNN Digital International, talks about industry best practice in fact-checking standards, and the idea of telling the truth now constituting activism. Inga Thordar 24 May 2019
3 Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power and Privilege Shape Public Discourse Sue Robinson, Professor of Journalism in UW-Madison’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, explores the relationship between race, power and privilege in American journalism, in this seminar. Sue Robinson 17 May 2019
4 British media and populism, and Brexit Trevor Kavanagh, political columnist at The Sun, talks us through the evolution of his newspaper’s editorial stance on Brexit over the decades, from the early Common Market to the ERM, ECU and EU referendum. Trevor Kavanagh 10 May 2019
5 Why don’t we take women as seriously as men? Mary Ann Sieghart, Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford, shares with us anecdotal and statistical evidence in this talk highlighting gender-respect inequality in the newsroom and other settings. Mary Ann Sieghart 07 May 2019
6 From victims to suspects - representations of Muslim women Dr Shakira Hussein is a writer and researcher at the University of Melbourne's National Centre for Excellence in Islamic Studies. In this talk she looks at how Muslim women are represented in the media from Australia to the UK. Shakira Hussein 29 Apr 2019
7 Creative Commons The Folly of Secularism Dialogues on the theopolitics of the nation-state: Israel in a wider context. Session 3: Israel: a dialogue between Yehouda Shenhav (Tel Aviv) and Yaacov Yadgar (Oxford) Yehouda Shenhav and Yaacov Yadgar discuss the uses and misuses of a discourse on “Judaism” in Israel. Session 3 in a series of three. Yehouda Shenhav, Yuval Evri, Yaacov Yadgar 03 Apr 2019
8 Creative Commons The Folly of Secularism Dialogues on the theopolitics of the nation-state: Israel in a wider context. Session 2: Liberalism and Secularism: a dialogue between Elizabeth Shakman Hurd (Northwestern) and Yolanda Jansen (Amsterdam) Elizabeth Shakman Hurd and Yolande Jansen discuss the notion of the “secular,” liberal politics of the nation-state. Session 2 in a series of three Elisabeth Shakman Hurd, Yolande Jansen 03 Apr 2019
9 Creative Commons The Folly of Secularism Dialogues on the theopolitics of the nation-state: Israel in a wider context. Session 1 Religion and Politics: a dialogue between William Cavanaugh (DePaul) and Timothy Fitzgerald (Centre for Critical Research on Religion) Timothy Fitzgerald and William Cavanaugh discuss the politics and history of the conceptual duality and its current usages. First session in a series of three Timothy Fitzgerald, William Cavanaugh 03 Apr 2019
10 Creative Commons Avner Offer: Quality of Life and Well-being in Israel Today Avner offer discusses how to measure -- and how to understand the measurements -- of quality of life and well-being in Israel. Avner Offer 06 Mar 2019
11 Creative Commons Eyal Chowers - The emerging notion of sovereignty in contemporary Israel Eyal Chowers considers Israeli democracy, liberalism, and the emerging notion of sovereignty in the state Eyal Chowers 06 Mar 2019
12 Should the state pay for journalism? Polly Curtis considers how journalism has become unsustainable and what role the state should play in making it widely available Polly Curtis 05 Mar 2019
13 Guy Burton - Rising Powers and the Arab-Israeli Conflict since 1947' How have rising power engaged with the Arab-Israeli conflict? What does this tell us about rising powers and conflict management as well as their behaviour in international politics more generally? Guy Burton 27 Feb 2019
14 Ibrahim Khatib - Identity, Conflict perception and Reconciliation in the shadow of the Arab-Israeli conflict Ibrahim Khatib discusses the correlations between identity, conflict perception, and willingness to reconcile. Ibrahim Khatib 27 Feb 2019
15 Diving Deep. Slow News and Reader Engagement Chris Cook of 'slow news' start-up Tortoise on providing an alternative to the 24/7 news cycle Chris Cook 18 Feb 2019
16 India's Social Media Elections Dr Vidya Narayanan of the Oxford Internet Institute on how India's 2019 general elections will be affected by the influence of social media Vidya Narayanan 18 Feb 2019
17 Creative Commons Menachem Klein - Abbas' Leadership in a State Postponed Menachem Klein discusses the political biography and leadership of Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority. Menachem Klein 06 Feb 2019
18 Short and strong: Making the Economist Espresso Lane Greene, language columnist and editor of the Economist's daily briefing, Espresso, on creating the ultra-concise news app and email Lane Greene 05 Feb 2019
19 Creative Commons The Coldest Story Ever Told: Kanye and the Up Next Algorithm Caithlin Mercer, Managing Editor, Yahoo!, uses the hip-hop star as an example of how social media's algorithms can enforce biased perspectives Caithlin Mercer 01 Feb 2019
20 Khaled Furani - Putting Israel on the Couch: A Palestinian challenge from within the Leviathan Khaled Furani deconstruct sovereignty, and considers some alternatives. Khaled Furani 23 Jan 2019
21 Creative Commons Netta Cohen - When climate takes command: Jewish-Zionist scientific approaches to climate in Palestine 1900-1948 How did Zionist scientist see climate in Palestine? Netta Cohen 16 Jan 2019
22 Voice, podcasts and the future of audio How are news organisations embracing voice-activated technology as smart speakers and other devices become more commonplace? Nic Newman, lead author of the groundbreaking study, the Future of Voice, discusses his research. Nic Newman 13 Dec 2018
23 Behind the lens: The impact and implications of visual storytelling Award-winning photojournalist and documentary maker Hazel Thompson talks about shedding light on marginalised communities around the world. Hazel Thompson 10 Dec 2018
24 Creative Commons Brian Klug - Defining antisemitism, demonizing Zionism, excoriating Corbyn: The current controversy over the left and the Jews Brian Klug analyses the controversy around antisemitism in the Labour Party and the limits on the criticism of Zionism. Brian Klug 28 Nov 2018
25 Orna Sasson-Levy - Gendered citizenship: The case of Women Breaking the Silence Orna Sasson-Levy discusses the cast of women soldiers who decide to speak Orna Sasson-Levy 21 Nov 2018
26 Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny Is popular feminism adequate for tackling partriarchy and misogyny in society? Sarah Banet-Weiser, Head of the Department of Media and Communication, LSE, discusses this in light of the Weinstein allegations, the MeToo movement, 'incel' attacks and more. Sarah Banet-Weiser 20 Nov 2018
27 Networked solidarity in the age of Trump Gina Neff of the Oxford Internet Institute, and author of book 'Trump and the Media', discusses the fracturing of society's bonds and the media's role in creating networks of solidarity. Gina Neff 20 Nov 2018
28 Creative Commons Adriana X Jacobs - A gift from Sinai: Translation and nation-building Adriana Jacobs (Oxford) discusses the role of translation in the constitutive era of modern Hebrew literature. Adriana X Jacobs 16 Nov 2018
29 David Tal - The making of alliance: The making and history of US-Israel relationships David Tal discusses the making and history of US-Israel relationships. David Tal 16 Nov 2018
30 Transformations in news organisations Anita Zielina, former Chief Product Officer of the Austrian Neue Zürcher Zeitung Media Group, and Visiting Fellow at the Reuters Institute, talks about how to implement change in news organisations. Anita Zielina 08 Nov 2018
31 Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism Alan Rusbridger, former editor of the Guardian, talks about the newspaper industry, what makes good journalism, the role of social media and tech giants and the future of journalism. Alan Rusbridger 02 Nov 2018
32 Yakov Rabkin - Israel: The Russian Connection Yakov Rabkin (University of Montreal) discusses the roots of Israeli political culture in the Zionist beginnings in the Yiddish speaking regions of the Russian Empire. Yakov Rabkin 26 Oct 2018
33 Creative Commons Protecting whistleblowers and sources in the digital age Julie Posetti, Senior Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute, talks about the threats to journalists using confidential sources, and practical steps and evolving frameworks to protect journalists and whistleblowers. Julie Posetti 18 Oct 2018
34 How The Economist uses newsletters to drive engagement and subscription Sunnie Huang, Newsletters Editor of the Economist talks about the strategy behind the publication's newsletters Sunnie Huang 12 Oct 2018
35 Yaacov Yadgar - The Nation-State bill and the meaning of Israel’s Jewish identity Yaacov Yadgar discusses the recently passed Basic-Law: Israel the Nation State of the Jewish People, and discusses how it plays into Israel's Jewish Identity Crisis Yaacov Yadgar 10 Oct 2018
36 Creative Commons Kfir Cohen - Israeli Literature as Global Literature Kfir Cohen discusses Israeli literature as global literature (broadly defined) Kfir Cohen 25 Jun 2018
37 Innovation and the conversation on the rise of China Gary Liu, CEO, South China Morning Post, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Gary Liu 15 Jun 2018
38 Creative Commons Statistics and the battle against misinformation Denise Lievesley gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Denise Lievesley 08 Jun 2018
39 In pursuit of repertoires of news consumption. Analysing how people use news media in everyday life Kim Schroder gives the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Kim Schroder 01 Jun 2018
40 Bashir Abu-Manneh - Habibi’s The Pessoptimist and 1948 Bashir Abu-Manneh discusses Emile Habibi’s The Pessoptimist and 1948. Bashir Abu-Manneh 31 May 2018
41 Rami Ginat - Egyptian Communist Voices of Peace (1947-1958) Rami Ginat discusses the Egyptian Communist Party's stance on Israel in its formative first decade of statehood. Rami Ginat, Yaacov Yadgar 30 May 2018
42 Creative Commons Political actors and the manipulation of social media audience groups through the use of junk news and other forms of automation Vidya Narayanan (Director of Research, Computational Propaganda Project, Oxford Internet Institute) delivers a lecture for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Vidya Narayanan 08 May 2018
43 Creative Commons Faisal Devji: Jewish Pecedents and Muslim Nationalism Faisal Devji discusses the surprising relations between Pakistani nationalism and Zionism. Faisal Devji, Yaacov Yadgar 02 May 2018
44 Reporting The World Roula Khalaf, deputy editor, The Financial Times, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Roula Khalaf 27 Apr 2018
45 Creative Commons The King of Whoppers and political factchecking in the 2016 US presidential race The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Lucas Graves (Senior Research Fellow, Reuters Institute, Oxford University) delivers a lecture for the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Lucas Graves 21 Mar 2018
46 Yuval Evri: Andalusian Legacies: the role of al-Andalus/Sepharad in the political and cultural history of Israel/Palestine Yuval Evri discusses the uses of the the image of Al-Andalus in political and cultural discourses in the turn of the 20th Century. Yuval Evri, Yaacov Yadgar 07 Mar 2018
47 Creative Commons There are many roads to power – How to build a career in journalism Alexandra Borchardt, Director of strategic development, RISJ, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Alexandra Borchardt 27 Feb 2018
48 Creative Commons Galia Sabar: African Migration to Israel - Chronicle of a Failure Foretold The history and politics of African migration to Israel Galia Sabar, Yaacov Yadgar 21 Feb 2018
49 Creative Commons Journalism and the Underworld Antonio Sampaio, research associate for security and development, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Antonio Sampaio 16 Feb 2018
50 Almog Behar - Between Hebrew and Arabic The politics, culture, and reality of Hebrew and Arabic in Israel and beyond. Almog Behar, Yaacov Yadgar 14 Feb 2018
51 Eugene Rogan - The Myth of the Campbell-Bannerman Report: Arab views on Israel after the Suez Crisis On the origins and context of a little know (for some obvious reasons) chapter in the history of the Zionism. Eugene Rogan 08 Feb 2018
52 Creative Commons Restoring trust in news Alessandra Galloni, global news editor, Reuters, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Alessandra Galloni 07 Feb 2018
53 Is there a future for photojournalists in the digital age? Adrian Hadland, senior lecturer, University of Stirling, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Some videos have been edited out of the recording due to Copyright and/or distorted sound. Adrian Hadland 05 Feb 2018
54 Creative Commons Haim Yacobi - Israel, Africa: Identity, Culture and Politics Haim Yacobi (UCL) gives a talk on Israel in Africa, Africa (and Africans) in Israel. Haim Yacobi, Yaacov Yadgar 30 Jan 2018
55 Not-for-Profit Journalism: A New Model Rachel Oldroyd (Managing Editor, Bureau of Investigative Journalism), gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Rachel Oldroyd 29 Jan 2018
56 Creative Commons Is it true? Why questions about the news are changing Liz Corbin, editor, BBC Reality Check, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Liz Corbin 19 Jan 2018
57 Creative Commons What’s happening to our news? Nic Newman, research associate and lead author of Digital News Report at RISJ, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Nic Newman 04 Dec 2017
58 The evolution of digital journalism and tapping into tech for story-telling Lianna Brinded, Europe editor at Quartz, gives a talk as part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Lianna Brinded 04 Dec 2017
59 Under pressure: the global decline in media freedom Jodie Ginsberg, chief executive, Index on Censorship gives a talk for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Jodie Ginsberg 01 Dec 2017
60 Creative Commons Going Digital. A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation - Panel discussion Panel discussion looking at Lucy Kueng's report 'Going Digital. A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation'. Renee Kaplan, David Levy, Lucy Keung, Madhav Chinnappa 01 Dec 2017
61 Creative Commons Going Digital - A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation Lucy Kueng, Google Digital News Senior Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute gives a talk about a new research report 'Going Digital. A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation'. Lucy Kueng 01 Dec 2017
62 Avi Shlaim - A Jordanian Perspective on Israel Prof. Avi Shlaim reviews the history of the Jordanian-Israeli relations, and considers how Israel is viewed and understood from the Jordanian side Avi Shlaim, Yaacov Yadgar 29 Nov 2017
63 Creative Commons Reporting from Yemen and other inaccessible war zones: risk and how to find out if you're in trouble Laura Silvia Battaglia, foreign correspondent and documentary maker, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Please note that there are videos in the seminar, so sound may be slightly distorted. Laura Silvia Battaglia 28 Nov 2017
64 Britain, Brexit and the new political chaos Jack Blanchard, editor, London playbook at Politico, gives a talk as part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Jack Blanchard 08 Nov 2017
65 Birth of the Ashkenazi-Mizrahi Controversy on the ‘Arab Question’ (1910-12) On 'the mother' of all ensuing Mizrahi–Ashkenazi ethnic controversies. Moshe Behar, Yaacov Yadgar 01 Nov 2017
66 Jews, Israel and Debate: Understanding Israel in the Diaspora Why and how should we study Diaspora Jews' relation to Israel? Ilan z Baron, Yaacov Yadgar 31 Oct 2017
67 Creative Commons What's happening to our media The Reuters Institute's Director of Research, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, gives the first seminar of our 'The Business and Practice of Journalism' series for Michaelmas Term, 2017. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 13 Oct 2017
68 Broadcasting in the age of Brexit and Trump Justin Webb, BBC Today presenter, Radio 4 gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by David Levy. Justin Webb 16 Jun 2017
69 Producing news videos that young people care about Sakhr Al-Makhadhi, Acting Executive Producer, AJ+, gives a talk for the Reuters Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook Sakhr Al-Makhadhi 13 Jun 2017
70 Creative Commons The Optician of Lampedusa – opening the world’s eyes to the human story behind mass migration Emma Jane Kirby, BBC correspondent and author of the ‘Optician of Lampedusa’ gives a talk for the Reuters Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by James Painter. Emma Jane Kirby 05 Jun 2017
71 News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, deputy editor, the Economist gives a talk as part of the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with an introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Standage 19 May 2017
72 Women on Air – where are the experts? Suzanne Franks, professor of journalism, City University, London, gives a talk for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Suzanne Franks 11 May 2017
73 Why Facebook matters and what you need to know about digital Esra Dogramaci, Senior Digital Editor, Deutsche Welle, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Esra Dogramaci 08 May 2017
74 Creative Commons The enemy of my enemy is still my enemy: the polarized media landscape in Syria Rima Marrouch, freelance journalist for Reuters, BBC, CBS, and Al Jazeera, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series, Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Please note, that there are videos within this presentation which may sound distorted. Rima Marrouch 28 Apr 2017
75 Creative Commons Fear and Loathing International Relations - Cyril Foster Lecture 2017 Although the 2003 Iraq War was linked to the "War on Terror" the case for the war was presented, at least in the UK, within the terms of the established framework of international relations, with the UN at the centre. Lawrence Freedman 16 Mar 2017
76 Creative Commons Investigative journalism in the age of social news Tom Warren, investigations correspondent, BuzzFeed UK gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Warren 10 Mar 2017
77 Creative Commons Newsweek: Legacy title as startup Part of The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Owen Matthews, Contributing editor and former Moscow and Istabul Bureau, Chief, Newsweek. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Owen Matthews 01 Mar 2017
78 Creative Commons Freedom of information and the informed citizen Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Heather Brooke, investigative journalist, author and Professor of journalism at City University, introduction by Richard Sambrook. Heather Brooke 24 Feb 2017
79 Creative Commons The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series - ‘Reporting Africa: New storytellers, new stories?’ Melanie Bunce, senior lecturer in Journalism, City University, co-editor of Africa's Media Image in the 21st Century gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Melanie Bunce 15 Feb 2017
80 Creative Commons Digital transformation - the organisation challenges Introduction by Richard Sambrook Lucy Küng 09 Feb 2017
81 Creative Commons Is censorship stifling China's media? Introduction by Richard Sambrook Vincent Ni 09 Feb 2017
82 Creative Commons Making an impact with journalism in today's 24/7 digital news landscape Part of the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Rachel Oldroyd, managing editor, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Rachel Oldroyd 27 Jan 2017
83 Old media, new media, and politics in Brazil Part of the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, by Americo Martins, editor, Global Editorial Partnerships, BBC, and former director general of Brazil's public broadcasting company. Americo Martins 20 Jan 2017
84 The Responsibility to Protect in a Time of Trump: Can Human Protection Weather the Storm? Professor Alex Bellamy (University of Queensland) discusses new challenges for implementing Responsibility to Protect (R2P) principles in the current age. Richard Caplan, Alex Bellamy 09 Dec 2016
85 Statistics, the BBC and impartiality Jil Matheson, former UK national statistician and leader of BBC Trust Review gives a talk for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. With an introduction by Denise Lievesley. Jil Matheson 05 Dec 2016
86 Catastrophic Success: President Erdogan of Turkey and the opposition media Kerim Balci, editor in chief, Turkish Review gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. With an introduction by Richard Sambrook. Kerim Balci 05 Dec 2016
87 Reuters: innovating to stay ahead - from pigeons to multimedia The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series Jane Barrett, global head of multimedia, Editorial, Reuters, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Jane Barrett 22 Nov 2016
88 Reuters: innovating to stay ahead - from pigeons to multimedia The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series Jane Barrett, global head of multimedia, Editorial, Reuters, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Jane Barrett 22 Nov 2016
89 Creative Commons Strength in numbers - how journalists cracked the Panama Papers Holly Watt, investigations correspondent, at the Guardian talks about how journalists cracked the Panama Papers. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Holly Watt 14 Nov 2016
90 Creative Commons Quartz: a mobile-first approach to news Part of the the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series, by Akshat Rathi, Reporter, Quartz. Introduction by RIchard Sambrook. Akshat Rathi 04 Nov 2016
91 How the BBC reaches digital audiences in South Asia Roopa Suchak, South Asia workstream lead, BBC gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Roopa Suchak 31 Oct 2016
92 From Afghanistan to a more dangerous world Christina Lamb, Foreign affairs correspondent, Sunday Times, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Christina Lamb 31 Oct 2016
93 Creative Commons How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series by Nic Newman, digital media strategist and research associate, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Nic Newman 14 Oct 2016
94 Creative Commons Book Launch: 'Citizens' Wealth' Author Angela Cummine gives a brief overview of her book on Sovereign Wealth Funds: what they are, and who actually owns them. Angela Cummine, Charles Conn 29 Sep 2016
95 British Press Coverage of the EU Referendum Launch of RISJ report on the press coverage of the EU referendum, Tuesday 20th September at European Parliament Office Europe House. David Levy (Director, RISJ) presented the of key findings of the report. David Levy, Matthew Elliott, Lucy Thomas, Jonathan Isaby 27 Sep 2016
96 Creative Commons Shakespeare and Machiavellian Politics of Violence, Closing Keynote Closing Keynote: Elizabeth Frazer (University of Oxford) gives the closing keynote for the Political Demonologies conference, held at Worcester College on 20th May 2016. Elizabeth Frazer 13 Sep 2016
97 Creative Commons The pessimistic anthropology of liberalism vs. the Good Adrian Pabst (University of Kent) gives a talk for Session 3: Demonologies of the Soul – Beyond Evil, part of the Political Demonologies conference, held at Worcester College on 20th May 2016. Adrian Pabst 13 Sep 2016
98 Creative Commons Going Beyond Evil in Theory, Politics and Practice Max Muir (University of Oxford) gives a talk in session 3 Demonologies of the Soul – Beyond Evil, part of the Political Demonology conference, held at Worcester College on 20th May 2016. Max Muir 13 Sep 2016
99 Creative Commons ‘“Political Theology” or “Occasional Decisionism”? On the Formal Character of Carl Schmitt’s Political Theology’ Bruno Godefroy (Universities of Erlangen and Lyon) gives a talk in Session 2: Political (Dis-) Orders, part of the Political Demonologies conference held at Worcester College on 20th May 2016. Bruno Godefroy 13 Sep 2016
100 Creative Commons The Dialectics of Individualism and Totalitarianism in Charles de Koninck, David Foster Wallace, and Michel Houellebecq Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist. (Heiligenstift, Austria), gives the first talk in Session 2: Political (Dis-) Orders, part of the Political Demonology conference, held at Worcester College on 20th May 2016. Edmund Waldstein 13 Sep 2016