Category Archives: history

Nov 28 2019

Studying and working in the IR Department at LSE in the 1970s and 1980s

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  Emeritus Professor Margot Light was a research student in the International Relations Department in the 1970s and returned in the late 1980s as a lecturer. She shared her experiences in this talk at the Cumberland Lodge Conference, November 2019.     … Continue reading

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Nov 26 2019

Studying IR at LSE in the 1960s

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Emeritus Professor Chris Brown, an undergraduate at LSE in the 1960s, gave this talk at the Cumberland Lodge Conference, November 2019.

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Apr 26 2017

Foundation and History of the International Relations Department

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The 75th Anniversary Year of the IR Department was launched on 26 November 2002 with a special lecture by the then Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, Christopher Hill. You can read the text of Professor Hill’s 75th Anniversary Lecture … Continue reading

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Sep 28 2010

Reflections on 42 years in the International Relations Department

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Nicholas A Sims, Reader in International Relations, retired in 2010 after 42 years in the IR Department at the LSE. Here he sets out his reflections on the Department, the students and the discipline during those years. Continue reading

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