4. The First World War (January 15, 2008)
world politics, international relations, empire, nation states, communism, fascism, anti-imperialism, society, sovereignty, new world order
8. The World Outside Us: The Changing Environment and How It Affects Us (November 10, 2009)
Medicine, infectious disease, Bangladesh, South Asia, Ganges River, Cholera, climate change, epidemiology, ecology, epidemic, pandemic, infections agent, epidemic, rehydration, toxin, small intestine, electrolytes, diarrhea, Vibrio cholerae, stool, rice w
6. The World Within Us: Microbes That Help and Harm (October 27, 2009)
Science, biology, medicine, disease, cell biology, prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells, bubonic plague, E. coli, flagella, phage, ecosystem, intestine, digestion, pathogen, organs, organelles, nucleus, DNA, genome, plants, animals, multicellular organisms
Pascal Lamy, Director General of the World Trade Organisation.
Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organisation presents a public lecture on: 'The Role of the Multilateral Trading System in the Recent Economic Crisis'. The lecture was chaired by Richard Lambert, Chancellor of the University of Warwick.
From Credit Crunch to World Recession - Professor Marcus Miller
Marcus is a Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick. He was a research fellow at the Bank of England at the time the crisis unfolded.
Sex in the Ancient World
Sexuality, sex and gender are firmly part of academic discourses in the humanities. Classics has a lot to contribute, as many things sexual originate in Graeco-Roman antiquity. James Davidson and Dan Orrells discusses the nature and impact of Greek love.
Selling Good: Three marketing strategies that can save the world - Solitaire Townsend
Solitaire Townsend is one of the liveliest voices on climate change. She is co-founder of Futerra, UK's award-winning green communications agency.
Changing Childhood in a Globalizing World - Alan Prout
Professor Alan Prout on Changing Childhood in a Globalizing World
Creating criminals: prisons and security in an insecure world, Baroness Vivien Stern
Baroness Vivien Stern, Senior Research Fellow, International Centre for Prison Studies, King's College London, is one of the world's leading scholars and campaigners working on prison reform.
Special lecture - Return to the RNAi world: rethinking gene expression, evolution and medicine
Given by Dr Craig C. Mello
Social Vulnerability and adaptation possibilities for Vietnam in a 4 degrees plus world
Fourth presentation of session 6 (Vulnerable people and places 2) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference