Three Summer Lectures - On Inequality
The theme guiding The IF Project 2018 programme is inequality. To start the programme off we are holding three summer lectures on the subject, open to all. We are delighted to announce that our lecturers will be Professor Danny Dorling (May 22nd), Dr Sadiah Qureshi (June 21st), and Professor Rosemary Ashton (July 19th). All the lectures will take place at St Margaret's House, Bethnal Green, E2 9PL, and run from 6.30pm - 8pm. Tickets are free but registration via eventbrite is required (links below). All are welcome.
Professor Danny Dorling
Inequality: the big picture
Dr Sadiah Qureshi
‘There is Black in the Union Jack’: Britain’s forgotten history
Professor Rosemary Ashton
Affordable Education for All: The Pioneering Contribution of Victorian Bloomsbury
WE REGRET THAT WE HAVE HAD TO POSTPONE THIS EVENT. OUR LECTURER HAS HAD TO WITHDRAW DUE TO A MINOR ACCIDENT. BECAUSE OF THE SHORT TIMEFRAME THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT LECTURE ON 19TH JULY.
For those who want to study the subject in greater depth The IF Project is offering a free 8-week course taking place across September and October, entitled ‘Inequality: The Brief History’. The course will explore inequality with historians, writers, artists and philosophers. You can apply to take the course here.