The IAST Distinguished Lectures

The IAST Distinguished lecture series has been running for five years, bringing the brightest international minds to Toulouse to discuss the most profound questions in 21st century science and society in front of a wide public audience.

      

 

   

Theme 2018 « Identity »

 

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Lecture 1 & 3 will be held in English in Ampheater MB2 and lecture 2 will be held in French in Ampheater Cujas (access map).

 

September 27: First lecture by Glenn Loury from Brown University on “Identity and Racial Inequality” (talk in English)

November 08: Second lecture by Kamel Daoud, Prix Goncourt laureate on “A quoi sert le discours sur l’identité aujourd’hui” (talk in French)

December 06: Third talk by Rohini Pande from Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government on “Gender norms and women’s work” (talk in English)

 

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Theme 2017 "Judgment"

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All lectures take place in Amphitheater Cujas (n.1 on the map): Acces Map

Third Lecture: Suzannah Lipscombfrom Roehampton University, will talk on "Passing God’s Judgment: The Reformed Church and Women in 16th Century Languedoc".

 

Second Lecture: Nicola Laceyfrom London School of Economics, will talk on "The Gender of Crime".

 

First Lecture: Eldar Shafirfrom Princeton University, talked on "Intuitive Judgment in Public Policy".

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Theme 2016 "Narrative"

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All lectures take place in Amphitheater Cujas (n.1 on the map): Acces Map

Robert Shiller Rebecca Stott Brian Boyd

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