October 8: David Inglis (Aberdeen)
'Emile Durkheim and the Global Gods'
October 22: Gurminder Bhambra (Warwick)
'Revisiting Historical Sociology'
November 12 (extraordinary date): Neil Stammers (Sussex)
'Movement Praxis and Academic Theory: debates on power since the 1960s'
November 19: Lorenzo Chiesa (Kent)
'A Theatre of Subtractive Extinction: Bene Without Deleuze'
January 14: Stefan Rummens (Leuven)
'Defending democracy: The concentric containment of political extremism.'
February 11: Havi Carel (UWE)
'"I am well, apart from the fact that I have cancer": explaining wellbeing within illness.' (With Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Venue: Lecture Theatre: Medical School Building.)
February 25: Yuri Borgmann-Prebil (Sussex)
'Foundationalism of European Law: Between Nation State Particularism and (Euro)Universalism'
March 18: SPT DPhil researchers present their work
'The Death of Utopian Realism? Our Understanding of Politics in Late
'Walter Benjamin and the Possibility of Divine Violence'