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Stephen Whitefield

Series featuring Stephen Whitefield

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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons 'Poland: Internationalism, Nationalism and Challenges of the International Environment' President of the Stefan Batory Foundation Aleksander Smolar discusses nationalism and internationalism in contemporary Poland Aleksander Smolar, Stephen Whitefield 16 May 2016
2 Creative Commons 'Defining the Civil State in Egypt' Session 1: Religion and Politics in Egyptian Public Opinion Part of a seminar on the relationship between religion and politics in Egypt. Mazen Hassan, Hisham Hellyer, Stephen Whitefield 16 Sep 2015
3 Creative Commons Making Sense on Immigration David Miller discusses the practical dilemmas of immigration policy. David Miller, Stephen Whitefield 04 Apr 2014
4 What Have the Humanities to Teach the Modern University? Part of the Humanities and the Public Good series Teresa Morgan, Stephen Whitefield, David Ford, Jonathan Phillips 19 Mar 2014
5 Creative Commons Conclusions: What have we learned? What should be done next? Stephen Whitefield, head of the Department of Politics and International Relations, draws some conclusions from the Volcano symposium: a series of talks discussing the causes of and possible solutions to the current global crisis. Stephen Whitefield 12 Nov 2012
6 Creative Commons Introduction to the Volcano symposium Stephen Whitefield, head of the Department of Politics and International Relations, gives an introduction to the Volcano symposium: a series of talks discussing the causes of and possible solutions to the current global crisis. Stephen Whitefield 12 Nov 2012
7 Welcome Speech Stephen Whitefield, Head of Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations, introduces the conference in the context of the Department's existing research. Stephen Whitefield 25 May 2012