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Workshop on Melissa Lane's Carlyle Lectures

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Professor John Robertson.

Professor Melissa Lane (Princeton University, formerly University Lecturer in the History of Political Thought here in Cambridge) is giving this year’s Carlyle Lectures in Oxford, on the subject:

‘Constitutions before Constitutionalism: Classical Greek ideas of Office and Rule’

Details, including brief summaries of the lectures, are available at:

A Workshop to discuss Professor Lane’s first two lectures will be held here on Friday 26 January 2018, between 2.30 and 4pm in the Latimer Room, Old Court, Clare College. Copies of the lectures will be available in advance to those wishing to attend. Professor Lane will introduce the lectures, and Professor Malcolm Schofield has kindly agreed to give an opening comment. This will be followed by open discussion.

All who are interested are welcome to attend and participate. So that I can gauge numbers (incl for tea afterwards), please tell me ( if you intend to come. I will circulate copies of the lectures to all who let me know they will be coming.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Centre for Political Thought series.

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