Annual Lecture

Campaign for Social Science Annual SAGE Lecture 2020: “Give me back my fact: How can social science help us survive the post-truth pandemic?” by Prof Trish Greenhalgh | 10 Dec

The Campaign for Social Science and SAGE Publishing invite you to join our 2020 annual lecture by Professor Trish Greenhalgh.  Give me back my fact: How can social science help us survive the post-truth pandemic? 10 December 4PM-5.30PM (GMT) | REGISTER  COVID-19 has changed science – perhaps forever. The pandemic and its aftershocks have shaken the… Read more »

Campaign for Social Science Annual SAGE Lecture with Mark Easton

The Campaign for Social Science Annual SAGE Lecture with BBC’s Home Editor Mark Easton speaking on identity took place on 4 February at RUSI. Mark Easton: Modern Britain’s identity crisis? Addressing an audience of academics, policymakers and interested general public, Mark’s lecture ‘Modern Britain’s identity crisis?’ was the 7th public lecture the Campaign for Social… Read more »

Paul Johnson CBE FAcSS spoke at the CfSS/Sage Publishing Annual Lecture 2018

This year the Campaign for Social Science/Sage Publishing annual lecture was delivered by Paul Johnson CBE FAcSS, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies and Visiting Professor of Economics at University College London. Paul Johnson has published and broadcast extensively on the economics of public policy, with a particular focus on income distribution, public finances, pensions,… Read more »

‘Glass half-full’ for social science, Campaign Annual Lecture hears

LSE Director Craig Calhoun told the Campaign for Social Science’s 2014 Annual Lecture that the ‘glass was half full’ for social science in the UK, as it had great influence on our society but also faced important challenges.