All Events

Institutions of Globalisation Workshop

Thursday 7 June, 2018

Recently, Professor Henrietta Moore participated in a Rebuilding Macroeconomics workshop on The Institutions of Globalisation. Rebuilding Macroeconomics is a Network started by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.

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University of Leuven Inaugural Anthropology Lecture 2017

Tuesday 26 September, 2017

To celebrate the opening of the new academic year, the social and cultural anthropology programme of the Leuven Faculty of Social Sciences has invited Professor Henrietta Moore to deliver the 2017 inaugural anthropology lecture.

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Queer Wars at the UCL Festival of Culture

Wednesday 25 May, 2016

Why have sexuality and gender identity become so vexed an issue between and within nations? How best to advocate for change? This panel session will reflect on more than four decades of LGBT activism and writing about queer history, life and politics.

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Henrietta Moore at ECOSOC Conference 2016

Monday 2 May, 2016

Henrietta Moore will be speaking at the UN Economic and Social Council Integration Segment conference on 2-4 May 2016 in New York City

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Defra Science Advisory Council

Saturday 27 February, 2016

Professor Moore has begun her appointment as a member of the Science Advisory Council for the UK Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra).

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Development and Prosperity: discussing the post-2015 agenda at the Development Studies conference

Saturday 1 November, 2014

Henrietta L. Moore will speak at the opening plenary on the relationship between prosperity and development at the Development Studies annual conference on Saturday, 1st November 2014.

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Signs of the Times: Anthropology, Undecidability and Politics

Tuesday 14 October, 2014

Henrietta L. Moore delivered the 50 year anniversary lecture to celebrate the establishment in 1964 of the Department of Social Anthropology (SAI) at the University of Oslo. SAI is the largest anthropological department in Scandinavia and has been an important arena and starting point for the Norwegian anthropological tradition.

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Making Scientific Capacity in Africa: An Interdisciplinary Conversation

Friday 13 June, 2014

This two-day workshop will elicit and discuss questions such as these by bringing together leading actors of major capacity-building programmes with social scholars of science, technology and medicine in Africa. This conversation between the sciences, social sciences and humanities should allow a critical examination of capacity, but also invites the elaboration of new ways of sharing concerns, knowledge and analytical tools across disciplinary and institutional groups

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Encounters

Wednesday 3 July, 2013

Encounters are central in the ways that personal and everyday life are lived, in all their complexity and nuance. Even fleeting encounters can matter profoundly, and can speak to the multi-layered nature of the experience of living. Encounters can be lenses for and animations of our ways of knowing the world. Encounters enliven debate and argument about where such knowledge comes from, how it gains potency and vitality, and about what kinds of attentiveness to the world we need to use in creating it.

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Hell’s Angels

Wednesday 29 May, 2013

Film directors Charles Sturridge and Sally El Hosaini, leading anthropologist Henrietta Moore, and Somerset Maugham Prize-winner Marcel Theroux imagine heaven and hell at “How the Light Gets In”, the Philosophy and Music Festival at Hay 2013.

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TEDxOxbridge: “Timeless Ideas”

Saturday 1 June, 2013

Join Henrietta L. Moore at this year’s TEDxOxbridge event, themed “Timeless Ideas”, exploring the ideas and initiatives that have stood strong throughout the evolution of our society.

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Tea, Cake and Philosophy @ Hay Festival 2013

Wednesday 29 May, 2013

Are new forms of aesthetic delight on the rise, and if so, what will be the consequences for our culture? Join screenwriter Marcel Theroux and Henrietta L. Moore in the pavilion for tea, cake and a continuation of the the conversation from the Hay Festival-debate “The New Beautiful” (earlier on the same day).

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On Disruption

Thursday 30 May, 2013

We try to avoid it, we resent it, and we fear it: disruption is seen as deviation and mutation. Why? Henrietta L. Moore pleads for the defence at “How the Light Gets In”, the Philosophy and Music Festival at Hay 2013.

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The Art of Being Lost

Thursday 30 May, 2013

Director of Shackleton, Charles Sturridge, writer and documentary maker Polly Morland and leading anthropologist Henrietta Moore imagine a mapless existence at “How the Light Gets In”, the Philosophy and Music Festival at Hay 2013.

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Personal Matters: Intimacy and Exclusion in Africa and Europe

Thursday 8 March, 2012

The talk will discuss recent mass protests over gay marriage in France, LGBT activism in Uganda and circumcision in Kenya in relation to public debate and national politics.

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Tomorrow’s Fantasies

Tuesday 5 June, 2012

Fantastical novelists Nick Harkaway and Justina Robson and Henrietta L. Moore imagine a brave new world.

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‘Holy Quarks’ Symposium @ Wellcome Collection

Saturday 3 December, 2011

In her talk entitled ‘Technologies of Enchantment: Magic, world and being’ Henrietta L. Moore discusses why humans have need for mystery and enchantment to make sense of life, how the world works and what makes us who we are.

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What’s in an event?

Friday 4 November, 2011

On 4 November 2011 Henrietta L. Moore talked about ‘What’s in an Event’ at the 29th Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Laughing out Loud: Art, Culture and Fantasy

Tuesday 18 December, 2018

Henrietta L. Moore talks about ‘Laughing Out Loud: Art, Culture, and Fantasy’ @ the ‘Fantasy and Markets’ – Conference at Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University, NY

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How The Light Gets In

Friday 27 May, 2011

When we extend ourselves into the virtual where do we, ourselves, end? With endless new capacities to animate our intentions beyond the body, leading anthropologist Henrietta Moore proposes this is far more than projection.

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The Ethical Imagination and the World We Share

Monday 4 April, 2011

Lecture held at the Departments of Anthropology and African Studies at Stanford University, CA, USA.

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The Purpose and Perception of Public Art

Thursday 19 May, 2011

Henrietta Moore will discuss the pupose and perception of public art at the International Symposium on the Fate of Public Art co-hosted by UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre and Cergy-Pontoise, 19-20 May 2011 at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.

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Live Webcast of ‘Smart Users and Social Networks. What’s Happening in Africa and Asia?’

Tuesday 28 September, 2010

There will be a live webcast of Professor Moore’s discussion on ‘Smart Users and Social Networks. What’s Happening in Africa and Asia?’

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Smart Users and Social Networks. What’s Happening in Africa and Asia?

Sunday 28 February, 2010

On 28 September 2010 Professor Moore will discuss ‘Smart Users and Social Networks. What’s Happening in Africa and Asia?’ at the ‘Web Science: A New Frontier’-meeting at the Royal Society in London.

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Cultural Empathy, Identity and the Fear of the Other

Thursday 20 May, 2010

How should minorities be integrated in a host nation? Is there an ideal method for a society to integrate individuals from ethnic, religious or sexual minorities? Henrietta L. Moore discusses 'Cultural Empathy, Identity and the Fear of the Other' with Tariq Ramadan, Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies of Oxford University and founder of the European Muslims Network think tank.

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21st Century Challenges: How global crises provide the opportunity to transform the world

Saturday 6 February, 2010

Public debate, marking the launch of LSE Global Governance; other speakers: Professor Lord Anthony Giddens, Professor David Held, Professor Mary Kaldor, Professor Danny Quah - February 2010

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What is culture for?

Friday 27 February, 2009

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