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The History of Political Thought at King’s: A Discipline in One College 1950-2019

Celebrating Fifty Years of John Dunn’s Fellowship at King’s College, Cambridge

The History of Political Thought at King’s: A Discipline in One College 1950-2019

Keynes Hall, King’s College, Cambridge
May 4th 2019, 2.00–6.00 pm

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An afternoon of talks reflecting on political thought at King’s College, Cambridge 1950-2019, as part of the celebration for 50 years of John Dunn’s fellowship. Speakers will reflect on the contribution of King’s to the study of the history of political thought.

Speakers:

Anthony Black (University of Dundee)
John Dunn (King’s College, Cambridge)
Biancamaria Fontana (Université de Lausanne)
James Alexander (Bilkent University)
Gareth Stedman Jones (Queen Mary University of London)
Michael Sonenscher (King’s College, Cambridge)
Melissa Lane (Princeton University)
Paul Sagar (King’s College London)
Richard Bourke (King’s College, Cambridge)

Talks will be followed by a Drinks Reception at 6pm.

Booking is Essential. Please register here: https://bit.ly/2Oo9nIK

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