** Please note that, due to the high demand for this event, we have added the option of attending remotely (registration via the Eventbrite link below). If you have booked an in-person place but are no longer able to attend, or prefer to switch to online attendance, please cancel or amend your booking via the link below. This will allow one of the persons currently on the waiting list to be given an in-person place. Many thanks!
Venue: KCL Strand Campus, Bush House 8th Floor (North), 30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG
“The Humanization of Endless War and the Cause of Peace”
Speaker: Professor Samuel Moyn, Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and Professor of History at Yale University
The Peace Lectures are due to Alan Lacey, a life-long pacifist who taught philosophy at King’s College London for some fifteen years, and who left a generous bequest to fund a lecture series promoting peace. The series is organized by KCL Philosophy Department.
The lecture will be followed by a reception at Bush House, 8th Floor (South) and by the announcement of the winners of the Estella Newsome Memorial Prize essay competition (sponsored by the Christian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament).
All welcome! Booking required.