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Lloyd Gruber “ruins” fair trade coffee :)

Lloyd Gruber, International Development Interviewing Lloyd Gruber is a picnic, a picnic on a par with the mad hatter’s tea party, only more energetic, and a little bit more rational. Lloyd is very happy that he is a political scientist, and he is very happy to be at the LSE, happy to have swopped [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on Lloyd Gruber “ruins” fair trade coffee :)

Shani Orgad: ambivalence, hospitality and Paddington Bear

Shani Orgad, Media & Communications Some people say that academics don’t “live in the real world”, that academia isn't in the real world. If that is the case, then the LSE is not an academic institution. Because the LSE is at its core concerned with the real world, with real lives and concrete experiences. You cannot find more politically [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on Shani Orgad: ambivalence, hospitality and Paddington Bear

Alison Powell – an ethical approach to teaching

Alison Powell, Media & Communications “I am interested in how people think about technologies, and how they can build them in ways that transform the world… when we build technologies, especially of communication, we actually build them with a set of values that are in the world that we occupy at the time [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Alison Powell – an ethical approach to teaching