OUR FIRST EVENT IS TONIGHT!
Does Trump have a point?
Keynes Hall, King’s College, Cambridge – 7.30pm, Monday 24 October
Professor Helen Thompson – Professor in Political Economy at Clare College, Cambridge, specialising in the international aspect to economics, trade, and politics.
Dr Paul Sagar – Junior research fellow at King’s College, Cambridge. His research interests include contemporary political theory and the history of political thought, and he is a regular contributor to various academic journals.
Christopher Monckton, Viscount Monckton – Conservative hereditary peer sitting in the House of Lords, and political commentator.
Dr Chris Brooke – Lecturer in modern political thought at the University of Cambridge, with an academic emphasis on Marxism, Rousseau, and concepts of distributive justice.
Freddy Gray – Deputy editor of The Spectator magazine and former literary editor of The American Conservative.
The King’s Politics Society is delighted to be presenting a new and exciting year of events for the students of Cambridge. We are honoured to be welcoming some of Britain’s top thinkers to debate hotly contested issues, and cannot wait to release our term card. All our events are completely free and open to everyone – above all, we aspire to be an inclusive and accessible hub for discussion and debate at the university, based in the centre of Cambridge city at one of its most historic and politically active colleges.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE EVENTS WE’VE HELD IN THE PAST HERE. THE FOLLOWING ARE OUR CONFIRMED EVENTS FOR THIS TERM:
Is the British centre-left dead?
Speakers to be announced.