What’s on at Oxford

Check out upcoming events at the University. If you are interested in writing about them or taking photos for the Globalist, please contact the online editor at [email protected] to have your piece included in our Section “At Oxford”.


Upcoming events:

27 May - Michael Ignatieff – Politics as a Vocation

28 May - Language, caste and the secretarial class in Mughal India – Dr Najaf Haider

South Asian History Seminar: ‘Understanding Contemporary Multiculturalism through Colonial Dialectics of Difference and Similarity’

29 May - Boko Haram: A Threat to the US Homeland?

30 May - Collective Action, Shared Intentionality, and the Origins of Religion – Dr Tamás Dávid-Barrett

31 May - The new Turkish foreign policy in the age of Arab revolutions: Between ethics and self-interest

The Bapsybanoo Marchioness of Winchester Lectures: India’s Politics of Free Expression

1 June - TEDxOxbridge: Timeless Ideas

2 June 

3 June - Alternative worlds and alternative histories: ruins in the late-Soviet context

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