Monthly Archives: January 2013

Do racists have a right to be heard?

Dr Nigel Warburton (Senior Lecturer, Philosophy) spoke at the Royal Society for the encouragement of the Arts (RSA) in the Runnymede Debate on 30 January. London’s Olympic summer projected an image of a nation at ease with itself, united in … Continue reading

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Dr Nigel Warburton first to speak at consecutive Cambridge Union debates?

Dr Nigel Warburton (Senior Lecturer in Philosophy) is believed to be the first person to speak at two consecutive Cambridge Union debates. Dr Warbuton debated “This House Believes that Hate Speech is Not A Human Right” in December 2012, with … Continue reading

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Wasifiri / ICA event

Wasafiri Magazine and The Institute of Contemporary Arts present ‘to exist is to Resist’ … Young Poets’ Words for These Times 29 January 2013 at 7.30pm – At the ICA, London – TICKETS £10 / £8 Concessions / £7 ICA … Continue reading

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Dr Gemma Allen chosen for BBC future presenter/specialist training

Dr Gemma Allen, Lecturer in Early Modern History, is one of two of the 30 women selected from a total of 2,000 applicants, covering specialist areas that are under-represented in the media by women, to attend a BBC Academy Training … Continue reading

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