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LSE Human Rights Nov 15
Join us on Tuesday for 'Protection Space: the humanitarian order and the rationalisation of rightless relief' with and . More information on or website:
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LSE Sociology Nov 15
'The Political Imaginary Of The World Tribunal On Iraq' on – read 's recent talk at the Historical Materialism conference
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LSE Sociology Nov 15
Do you have an idea, project or event you want to make a reality? Apply to the Fund to receive financial support to make it happen! Applications are now open! Check the web page for more details:
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
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SOAS Labour, Social Movements and Development Nov 14
Prof Pun Ngai speaking on worker-student subjectivities and solidarity in China at
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
A very warm welcome to Professor Pun Ngai!
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
We’re looking forward to tonight’s event! Head to the Old Theatre now, doors are open
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
Interested in find out what Sociology graduates from LSE do? This tool lets you see the top employer industries for our different Sociology Programmes:
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
We are very excited that will also be joining Leslie Sklair for this discussion!
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
In our upcoming event Leslie Sklair will explain how the architecture industry organizes the social production and marketing of iconic structures, and how corporations dominate the built environment and promote globalizing, consumerist cities
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LSE Events Nov 14
TONIGHT: What do recent labour and student struggles in China tell us about the potential for working class solidarity and left politics? We are joined by Professor Pun Ngai for her lecture.
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LSE Sociology Nov 14
Be part of the UK General Election vote – use our dedicated LSE student voter service to register quickly and easily in under 10 minutes! 🗳️ ➡️
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LSE Sociology Nov 13
Next week’s event will analyse the politics, economics, and aesthetics of London’s skyscraper boom in order to explore and critique the role of speculation, commodification, iconicity and ruin in the contemporary city
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LSE Nov 13
People: So, how are you doing? 🌍: Sofa not so good… Join ’s sofa to talk about a sustainable future at LSE! 👉Head to R509 in the Finance and HR Division on the 5th Floor of the Library until 2pm today.
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LSE Sociology Nov 13
Interested in finding out how volunteering can help your career path? Check out this blog post from and with some great advice!
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LSE Sociology Nov 13
Tomorrow: ‘The End of Working-Class Solidarity? The Chinese Workers and Students in Struggle’ with Professor Pun Ngai and Dr Robin Archer – it’s free to attend and open to all, no ticket required!
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LSE Sociology Nov 12
The LSE Research Showcase for our School community is back on 19 November in LSE LIFE, 3.30-7pm! Drop in any time to meet LSE researchers, enjoy 🆓 food and drink, and discover cutting-edge social sciences projects that are shaping the world. ℹ️:
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LSE Nov 12
Do you need financial assistance to take part in student activities, such as club membership or sports equipment? The is dedicated to ensuring that all students belong and participate in the community here. Apply to Participation Fund now:
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LSE Sociology Nov 12
Join us and on 2 December to hear Antony Anghie deliver this year’s Annual Human Rights Day Lecture: The Rights of Aliens under International Law: towards a critical history
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ayça çubukçu Nov 11
Looking forward to speaking at the University of San Francisco this Thursday about my book.
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