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YouTube: AISSR Great Thinkers Seminar Series

Results: 1 - 10 of 10
Results: 1 - 10 of 10
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    YouTube: Abram de Swaan presents his use of the work of Sigmund Freud

    Lecture by Abram de Swaan in the series 'Great Thinkers', titled: The uses of Freud for social science, a personal account.

  • Pierre Bourdieu
    YouTube: Giselinde Kuipers presents Pierre Bourdieu

    This lecture presents a brief introduction to the life and work of Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002).

  • Stuart Hall
    YouTube: Rivke Jaffe presents the work of Stuart Hall

    Prof. Rivke Jaffe introduces the work of cultural theorist Stuart Hall, discussing on his seminal work on the relations between politics and culture.

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    YouTube: Marieke de Goede presents the work of Michel Foucault

    Michel Foucault (1926-1984) – a doctor’s son, a fighter for prisoner and migrant rights, former head of the philosophy Department at the experimental University of Vincennes – is well known for his original work on power and knowledge. He was a ...

  • Karl Polanyi
    YouTube: Brian Burgoon presents Karl Polanyi

    Why is the work of Karl Polanyi still relevant today, not just for political scientists but also for sociologist, historians and economists? You can now watch the YouTube video of Brian Burgoon, Professor of International and Comparative ...

  • Karl Marx
    YouTube: Ewald Engelen presents Karl Marx

    Financial Geographer Ewald Engelen traces the renewed relevance of the writings of Karl Marx. He will also discuss what Marx failed to tell us.

  • Mary Douglas
    YouTube: Ria Reis presents Mary Douglas

    In 1949 Mary Douglas, then 28 years old, started her lifelong search for a sociological theory of meaning. A theory to help understand how in specific ecological and historical contexts people, simultaneously create particular patterns of society ...

  • Hannah Arendt
    YouTube: Barak Kalir presents Hannah Arendt

    At a time when the world takes a sharp turn to the right, and as millions of people escape their state in search of refuge in Europe and elsewhere, revisiting the work of Hannah Arendt could hardly be more timely for an exploration of themes such ...

  • Adam Smith
    YouTube: Geoffrey Underhill presents the work of Adam Smith

    Professor Geoffrey Underhill presents the work of Adam Smith. Adam Smith (1723 -1790) was a Scottish moral philosopher, pioneer of political economy, a key figure in the Scottish Enlightenment. During his lecture Underhill will explore the ...

  • Amartya Sen
    YouTube: Nicky Pouw presents the work of Amartya Kumar Sen

    Dr Nicky Pouw presents the work of Amartya Kumar Sen (1933-), Indian philosopher and economist and Nobel Prize winner for his theoretical contributions to the ethics of economics and his life-long work on poverty and famines.