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Is anybody interested in coming along to this lecture on memes, by these two
big hitters on social theory, and meeting up to talk after/before?
do email me at email@example.com
Dr Paul Marsden
University of Sussex
+44 (0) 777 95 77 248
Who needs Darwin? The relevance of evolutionary theory to the social
Date: Wednesday 20 June 2001
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Venue: Old Theatre
Speakers: Anthony Giddens in debate with W G Runciman
Chair: Nicholas Humphrey, LSE
Two of the world's leading sociologists square off about Darwin: Runciman
arguing that to ignore evolutionary ideas is to relegate sociology to a
scientific backwater, Giddens that these ideas are and will remain
irrelevant to sociology's true concerns.
Anthony Giddens is Director of LSE. He is the author of 34 books, which have
been translated into 35 languages.
W G Runciman is Senior Research Fellow in Sociology at Trinity College,
Cambridge and President-elect of the British Academy. He holds honorary
degrees from Oxford, Edinburgh, and York. His publications include Relative
Deprivation and Social Justice (Ashgate, 1993), and A Treatise on Social
Theory (Cambridge Uni Press, 1983).
This lecture is free and open to all, no ticket is required. For further
information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7955 6043
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