Podcasts from CIDRAL public events
A number of our public events and lectures are audio recorded for future broadcast.
Podcasts from past events will be added to this page as they become available.
2017-2018 public lectures
Peter Burke: An Endangered Species? The Polymath in the Age of Specialization
A CIDRAL public lecture delivered at the University of Manchester, 20 February 2018
Tim Ingold, The Creativity of Habit
A CIDRAL public lecture delivered at the University of Manchester, 7 February 2018
2015-2016 public lectures
Alvise Sforza Tarabochia - Basaglia and Lacan
A CIDRAL public lecture recorded at the University's Ellen Wilkinson Building on 8 March 2016.
Jens Andermann - The Ends of Nature: Latin American Modernity and the Crisis of Landscape
A CIDRAL public lecture delivered at the University of Manchester, 2 March 2016. View the text version.
François Hartog - Towards a New Historical Condition
A CIDRAL public lecture recorded at the University's Samuel Alexander Building on 17 February 2016.
Mary Poovey - Some Lessons of History: Why Economists Failed to Anticipate the Great Recession
A CIDRAL public lecture recorded at the Martin Harris Centre on 13 January 2016.
Professor Jeremy Gilbert - Finance and the Market: Assessing Boundaries
A CIDRAL public lecture recorded at The People's History Museum on 12 November 2015.