Monday, 8 July 2013, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Treaty-Making and International Relations

Professor Jack Spence OBE

Professor Spence will explore the impact of the Treaty of Utrecht - 300 years after its creation - and other major treaties, and of the role of diplomacy.

This is a part of the 2013 City of London Festival. The other lectures at Gresham College are as follows:
   The Plane Forest: Does the City have the Right Trees?
   Poetry of War
   London-Derry Connections
   The Tree of Life
   Stravinsky, Britten and the Lure of the Classical Period

 

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Professor Jack Spence OBE is based at the War Studies Department at King's College London. He was educated at Pretoria Boys' High School, South Africa; the University of Witwatersrand; and LSE. He has lectured at a variety of Universities in Britain, South Africa and the United States and was Professor of Politics and Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Leicester (1973-1991). He was employed as Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (1991-1997). He has been teaching in the Department of War Studies since 1997 and has specialised in a Post-Graduate course on Diplomacy. Professor Spence was awarded an OBE in 2003.

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8 July 2013

Treaty-Making and International Relations
Professor Jack Spence OBE

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