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4 November 2022 - 4 November 2022

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R. H. Tawney- Life and Legacy: a virtual symposium to mark the centenary of the Scott Holland Lectures

Scott Holland Symposium

‘R.H. Tawney- Life and Legacy’, 10.00 am.- 4.00 p.m.

Keynote Paper

  • Professor Lawrence Goldman (University of Oxford), ‘R.H. Tawney and the English Socialist Tradition’

**UPDATE**: PLEASE NOTE THAT, DUE TO INDUSTRIAL ACTION ON THE RAIL NETWORK ON THURSDAY 3 NOVEMBER, THIS EVENT WILL NOW BE ONLINE ONLY.

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PLEASE CLICK HERE: Scott Holland Symposium Programme FOR THE SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME OR SEE THE ITINERARY BELOW.

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‘R. H. Tawney- Life and Legacy’: an online  symposium to mark the centenary of the Scott Holland Lectures

Friday, 4 November 2022

Durham University

 

1000                    Welcome (Venerable Dr W.M. Jacob)

1015                    Keynote Lecture: Professor Lawrence Goldman (University of Oxford), ‘R.H. Tawney and the English Socialist Tradition’

1130                    Coffee

1145                    Short Papers 1

Professor Robert Song (Durham University), ‘Meritocracy and its discontents: Michael Sandel, R.H. Tawney and equality of dignity’

Revd Dr Peter Howson (Oxford Brookes University), ‘R.H. Tawney and the First World War’

1245                    Lunch

1345                    Short Papers 2

Lucas Tse (University of Oxford), ‘Situating China in Tawney’s Life, Thought and Legacy’

Dr Charles Chih-Hao Lee (Academia Sinica Taiwan), ‘“A Miracle of Western Scholarship on China”: R.H. Tawney and China’s Road to Modernization’

1445                    Thanks and concluding remarks (Venerable Dr W.M. Jacob)

1500                    Trustees meeting

 

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