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Public Lectures :: March 2017

Please see below for all events this month.

29th March 2017

Hull University Business School, Nidd, Seminar Rooms 1 & 2, 1pm

Ethical Leadership and the Dark Side by Professor Jackie Ford

Presented by: The Institute of Applied Ethics

\In this seminar Professor Jackie Ford will explore and challenge commonly held beliefs and expectations regarding leaders and leadership development activities. She will go on to consider the research evidence in which managers are being required to be confident, secure and superhuman and will seek to defeat some of the myths of ethical leadership through exploring empirical research she has conducted in the last few years.

Further information:

Booking: No booking is required however enquiries can be emailed to iae@hull.ac.uk.
Cost: free of charge

30th March 2017

WISE, Oriel Chambers, 27 High Street, Hull, hu11NE, 6pm

Commemorating Slavery and Abolition & Memory and Transnationality in the French Speaking World

Presented by: Charles Forsdick, the James Barrow Professor of French at the University of Liverpool

Professor Forsdick, an internationally renowned scholar, has published widely on colonial history, postcolonial literature and the cultures of slavery. Currently President of the Society for French Studies, he was Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of International Slavery, 2010-2013.

Further information:

The lecture is free to attend and open to members of the public. Booking is not required and complimentary refreshments will be served afterwards.

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