Outside Lectures - Autumn 2012
Various one-off programs and lectures recorded outside our studios to be aired on Campus FM.
Week 1: Chesterton as a journalist. (1)
Week 2: Chesterton as a journalist. (2)
Week 3: Fancy dress, rank and dignity: Power and Play in Carnival Balls from 1800 to the early 1900s.
Week 4: At loggerheads or in dovetails? The individual and the state from early modern jurisprudence to contemporary international jurisprudence. Francesco Suarez.
Week 5: Changing religious identities at the edge of European secularity: "Nevertheless, we must run aground on some island".
Week 6: Malta's lost voices: the phenomenon of recording Maltese music in the inter-war period (1931-32).
Week 7: Supreme but not final: the role of the supreme court in the United States.
Week 8: Ultimate Moral Experiences: analyzing conflict resolution among African immigrants in the light of Emmanuel Levinas' moral philosophy.
Week 9: Some Paintings of the Palace. A glimpse: The Portraits.
Week 10: Is Vatican II dangerous or in danger?
Week 11: Historical and fictional narratives of slaves in North Africa and Malta.
Week 12: Il-Koncilji fl-Afrika ta' Fuq fi zmien Santu Wistin.
Week 13: Il-Kostituzzjoni Dommatika dwar ir-Rivelazzjoni Dei Verbum.
Week 14: Il-Koncilju fil-grajja tal-Knisja.
Week 15: Il-kostituzzjoni dommatika dwar il-Knisja Lumen Gentium.
Week 16: Il-Koncilju fil-grajja tal-Knisja.
Week 17: Is-sehem tal-mara fil-Koncilju Vatican II.