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Outside Lectures - Spring 2011

Various one-off programs and lectures recorded outside our studios to be aired on Campus FM.

This selection of programs and lectures is being aired in the Spring schedule of programs. A bigger list of lectures may be found here...


Week 1: Symposium on Gender and International Relations. (1)
Dept. of International Relations and the European Commision Representation in Malta.

Week 2: Symposium on Gender and International Relations. (2)
Dept. of International Relations and the European Commision Representation in Malta.

Week 3: Symposium on Gender and International Relations. (3)
Dept. of International Relations and the European Commision Representation in Malta.

Week 4: The Maritime Legacy of the Knights.
Mr. Joseph Muscat (Malta Branch of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta)

Week 5: Free to believe? A religious conscience in a secular society.
Prof. Roger Trigg (DISCERN)

Week 6: Not aired.

Week 7: Common Good vs Individual Rights in the light of the divorce issue.
Law Debating Society in collaboration with Gh.S.L. and ELSA Malta.

Week 8: Not aired.

Week 9: The Knight's Heraldry and its influence on the Maltese.
Chev. Adrian Strickland (Malta Branch of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta)

Week 10: Intervista lir-Rettur ta' l-Universita' Prof. Juanito Camilleri.
Jintervista: Fr. Joe Borg

Week 11: Benjamin Tonna Lecture 2011: The New Barbarians.
Prof. Krzysztof Zanussi (DISCERN)

Week 12: Lenten reflection was aired, however the speaker did not wish to make the recording available online.

Week 13: Challenges and development of higher education in Poland.
Prof. Koscielniak (Works in Progress Seminars)

Week 13b: Intervista ma' Edward DeBono.
Edward DeBono

Week 14: Meaning, Language and the understanding of Cultures. (1)
Prof. David Cooper

Week 15: Meaning, Language and the understanding of Cultures. (2)
Prof. David Cooper

Week 16: From Albanophobia to (Roma) Romanophobia: migrant moral panics and Italy's anxious (re)attachments to Berlusconi.
Dr. Nick Mai (Works in Progress Seminars)

Week 17: The International Aspects of the Libyan Crisis.
Law Debating Society in collaboration with Gh.S.L. and ELSA Malta