Save the dates for upcoming Inequalities Seminars @ LSE
The Inequalities Seminar Series at the III is a venue for scholars from LSE and beyond to present their innovative work on social and economic inequality. The series builds on the recently renewed interest of the social sciences for issues of income and wealth inequality. It is also a place for exploring fresh perspectives on the various structural and cultural processes that underlie the formation of inequality broadly defined.
The LSE International Inequalities Institute is delighted to announce three upcoming Inequalities Seminars, showcasing research supported by the III's Research Innovation Fund:
Health and Income Inequality Aversion: results from a UK survey experiment
25th April, 12.30-1.45pm, Tower 2 Room 9.05
Speaker: Dr Joan Costa-i-Font (LSE Social Policy and European Institute)
Post-Industrialisation in the East Midlands: ethnographic narratives from the communities that were thrown under the Brexit bus
2nd May, 12.30-1.45pm, Tower 2 Room 9.05
Speaker: Dr Lisa Mckenzie (LSE Sociology)
Intersecting Inequalities and the Sustainable Development Goals: insights from Brazil
9th May, 12.30-1.45pm, Tower 2 Room 9.05
Speaker: Professor Naila Kabeer (LSE Gender Institute and Department of International Development) and Dr Ricardo Santos (UNU-WIDER) (TBC)
These seminars are free and open to all, on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any queries, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.