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Upcoming Lectures at Warwick

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‘Debt and Human Rights: The Case of Financial Complicity’ A public lecture by Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky
Wednesday 5 November, 4-5.30pm in S0.21, Social Sciences Building, followed by a drinks reception
Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky will be presenting a chapter from his edited collection (with Jernej Letnar Cernic), Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work.

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bbsrcBBSRC – Warwick Strategic Partnership
Monday 10 November, 12pm in GLT2, Gibbet Hill
Professor Jackie Hunter, CEO, BBSRC will will give a presentation, open to all university staff, to discuss some of the exciting, high-quality bioscience research taking place at the university in the form of short presentations from SLS and WMS.
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3Public Lecture in Mathematics and Statistics: The Amazing Theorems of Mr Nash
Monday 10 November, 6.15pm-7.15pm, Room MS.02, Zeeman Building
Winner of the 2010 Fields Medal for Maths, Professor Cedric Villani (University of Lyon), will give a lecture on the theories of John Forbes Nash, the American mathematician whose work on game theory won him the 1994 Nobel prize.
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igFamily Lecture: My Life in a Freezer - Tales from a Modern Day Explorer
Wednesday 12 November, 6:30-7:30pm,Zeeman Building
Immerse yourself in the adventures of explorer Mark Wood as he takes you on a journey to the extremes of the planet. Mark has lots of stories to share with you, he is so passionate about his role as an explorer, you’ll almost feel like you were there with him. Tickets are £5 per person or £10 per family and all money raised will be donated to scholarships for less advantaged children to attend one of IGGY's Global Residential Schools in 2014/15.
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gd‘Are We All 'Post-racial' Yet?’ A public lecture by David Theo Goldberg
Wednesday 26 November from 5.30-7.00pm in H/051
Are we post-racial yet? The data strongly suggests that pretty much all societies in which the claim to have achieved post-raciality is advanced are self-evidently not. David Goldberg will argue that post-raciality, far from the end of racism, constitutes the newly prevailing mode of racist articulation for the times we inhabit.
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