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Event: LSEE Visiting Speaker Programme, October/November 2011

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  • Rory Archer
    Dear friends of LSEE, We are pleased to present the schedule for the LSEE Visiting Speaker Programme for the coming Michaelmas Term. As always, our seminars
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      Dear friends of LSEE,

      We are pleased to present the schedule for the LSEE Visiting Speaker Programme for the coming Michaelmas Term.

      As always, our seminars are free and open to all and entry is on a first come, first served basis.

      We would also like to draw particular attention to this year's first seminar, a lecture by Professor Richard Caplan, Oxford University, organised by LSEE and LSE Government's Conflict Research Group. Please see below for more details.

      We look forward to seeing you!

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      As with all of the LSEE Vising Speaker Programme seminars, this event is free and open to all with entry on a first come, first served basis

      LSEE Visiting Speaker Programme

      "Exit Strategies and Lessons Learned: From the Balkans to Afghanistan"

      Venue: New Theatre, East Building
      Date: Tuesday 4 October
      Time: 6.45pm

      Speaker: Professor Richard Caplan, Oxford University
      Chair: Dr Denisa Kostovicova, LSE

      Currently leading a research project on `Exit Strategies and Peace Consolidation', Professor Richard Caplan will analyse the lessons of the past for an exit strategy in Afghanistan

      For further information please contact Ivan Kovanovic, LSEE Administrator (email: EuroInst.LSEE@...) or visit our Forthcoming Events page:
      http://www2.lse.ac.uk/europeanInstitute/Research/LSEE/Events/Home.aspx

      For help finding your way around the LSE Campus:
      http://www2.lse.ac.uk/mapsAndDirections/findingYourWayAroundLSE.aspx

      Tuesday 18 October, 6.15pm
      Room COW1.11, First Floor, Cowdray House, LSE
      "Resolving a Frozen Conflict: Prospects of a
      Settlement for Transnistria"
      Professor Stefan Wolff, Birmingham University

      Tuesday 1 November, 6.15pm
      Room COW1.11, First Floor, Cowdray House, LSE
      "What does 'Coming to Terms with the Past'
      Mean? The Serbian Public and War Crimes"
      Dr Jelena Obradoviæ-Wochnik, Aston University

      Tuesday 15 November, 6.15pm
      Room COW1.11, First Floor, Cowdray House, LSE
      "The Political Economy of Statebuilding in Kosovo"
      Dr Dominik Zaum, Reading University

      Tuesday 29 November, 6.15pm
      Room COW1.11, First Floor, Cowdray House, LSE
      "Socialisation and the Inclusion/Exclusion of
      Romanian Migrants in Britain"
      Dr Radu Cinpoes, Kingston University London

      LSEE – Research on South Eastern Europe is part of the LSE's European Institute, a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
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