Ned Lebow is one of the most prominent figures in the modern field of international relations, currently James O. Freedman Presidential Professor Emeritus at Dartmouth, Professor of International Political Theory at KCL, and Bye-Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. He is an expert on the Cold War and politics of ancient Greece, specialising in fields such as counterfactuals and the politics and ethics of identity.
He will be addressing IR Soc in the Edward Boyle Auditorium at St Hilda's College this Wednesday at 7.30pm on the theme of his recent book examining the role of national identifications in international relations, and especially how they are related to change in international society.
Entry to the event is FREE for IR Soc members and £2 for non members; membership may be bought on the door. It will be followed by a drinks reception.