Lectures

    • Thursday 9 May 2013
    • NO. 5024
    • VOL. 143

    Humanities

    Faculty of English Language and Literature

    American Literature Research Seminar

    The following seminars will be given at 4.30pm in the Seminar Room, Rothermere American Institute. Conveners: Dr M Mendelssohn and Dr L Pratt

    Professor Stacey Margolis, Utah

    23 May: 'Mass democracy and the self-consuming public: James Fenimore Cooper's The Ways of the Hour'

    Professor Sarah Rivett, Princeton

    6 Jun: 'The savage sounds of indigenous words in the early American Republic'

    Professor Bryan Wagner, Berkeley

    13 Jun: 'Fables of moral economy'

    Colleges, Halls and Societies

    St Antony's

    Margaret MacMillan will chair a debate 5–7pm on 13 May in the Sheldonian Theatre. Speakers: Robert Skidelsky, Meghnad Desai, Martin Wolf, and John Redwood, MP. Free and open to all. Co-hosted/funded by St Antony's, the New York Review of Books Foundation, Fritt Ord and Europaeum.

    Subject: 'Austerity in the UK and the Eurozone: kill or cure?'

    SEESOX

    The following seminars will be held at 5pm in the ESC Seminar Room.

    SEESOX/PEFM Seminar
    Peter Sanfey and Jeromin Zettelmeyer, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. Chair: Max Watson

    15 May: 'Implications for Eastern Europe of reforms in the EU's financial rchitecture'

    ESC/SEESOX Seminar
    Charles Ellinas, Chairman, Cyprus National Hydrocarbons Company. Chair: Androulla Kaminara

    17 May: 'Cyprus and the energy developments in the Eastern Mediterranean'