Lectures

    • Thursday 26 October 2017
    • NO. 5183
    • VOL. 148

    Humanities

    Faculty of Classics

    APGRD public lectures series

    Lecture postponed

    Professor Erika Fischer-Lichte's lecture from this series, originally scheduled for 20 November, has been postponed and will take place in the spring of 2018. More information: www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/events/2017/08/tragedys-endurance.

    Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences

    Department of Chemistry

    Physical Chemistry Laboratory seminars

    The following seminars will be held on Mondays in the PTCL Lecture Theatre. All welcome. Tea and coffee served after the lecture, providing an opportunity for discussion with the speaker. If you wish to meet the speaker contact the organisers prior to the seminar. Conveners: Professor Andrew Baldwin, Professor Dirk Aarts

    Professor Hendrik Dietz, TU Munich

    noon, 20 Nov: 'DNA origami' (tbc)

    Professor Roel Dullens

    2pm, 27 Nov: 'Two-dimensional melting of colloidal hard spheres'

    Social Sciences

    School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies

    Middle East Studies: Modern Israel studies seminar

    Corrigendum:
    Professor Avi Shlaim
    will give his lecture at 2.15pm on 28 November at 11 Bevington Road, rather than on 14 November as previously published.

    Subject: 'A Jordanian perspective on Israel'

    Department of Politics and International Relations

    Professor Patricia Owens, Sussex, will lecture at 4.30pm on 2 November in the Lecture Theatre, Weston Library. Followed by a round table discussion with Professor Patricia Clavin and Dr Molly Cochran, Oxford Brookes. All welcome. No registration required. Convener: Professor Andrew Hurrell

    Subject: 'Women in the history of international thought'

    Institutes, Centres and Museums

    Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

    The following events will take place at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. All welcome. More information: www.oxcis.ac.uk.

    Special seminar

    Professor Timothy Besley, LSE, will give a seminar at 5pm on 27 October.

    Subject: 'State capacity, peace and development: challenges for the Middle East'

    Panel discussion

    A panel discussion will take place at 2pm on Saturday, 28 October. Speakers include: Dr Abdallah Al-Dardari, World Bank and former Deputy Prime Minister of Syria; Dr Bassem Awadallah, former Minister of Planning and Chief of Royal Court, Jordan; Mr Ahmad Al-Sayyed, former CEO of Qatar Investment Authority; and Dr Adeel Malik, moderator.

    Subject: 'Political economy of reform in the Arab world'

    Colleges, Halls and Societies

    Worcester

    Peter Kosminsky, documentary and feature filmmaker, will be in conversation at 5.30pm on 2 November in the Nazrin Shah Auditorium. He will screen and discuss an extract from The State as well as his previous works. Followed by a reception in the foyer of the auditorium. More information: julian.roberts@crim.ox.ac.uk.