Kellogg Conversations: watch the films

May 4, 2021

Kellogg College presents a series of FREE discussion events with prominent public figures.

The film of each event will become available shortly after the live event.

This special series of ‘In conversations’ was originally programmed for 2020 but was rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. These events are open to all.

In conversation with… Baroness Joan Bakewell – Watch the film

Journalist, campaigner, writer and television and radio presenter, Baroness Joan Bakewell discusses the crucial importance of lifelong learning. She is joined by Kellogg President, Professor Jonathan Michie as they reflect on the Centenary Commission on Lifelong Learning, with which they are both associated.

 

In conversation with… Lord Daniel Finkelstein and Lord Ian Blair of Bougton
Thursday 6 May, 5.30pm – Find out more and book

Journalist and politician Lord Daniel Finkelstein is in conversation with Lord Ian Blair of Boughton.


In conversation with… Sir Vince Cable
Thursday 13 May, 5.30pm – Find out more and book

Kellogg President, Professor Jonathan Michie will be in conversation with British politician and former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Vince Cable


In conversation with… La June Montgomery Tabron
Thursday 27 May, 5.30pm – Find out more and book

Join President Professor Jonathan Michie in conversation with Bynum Tudor Fellow and President and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, La June Montgomery Tabron as they discuss Global Leadership, Racial Healing and Racial Equity.


In conversation with… Geraldine Van Bueren QC

Thursday 3 June, 5.30pm – Find out more and book

Rethinking Class and Social Mobility will be the theme of this discussion with Professor of International Human Rights Law and Visiting Fellow at Kellogg College, Geraldine Van Bueren QC who will be in conversation with Professor Jonathan Michie.


In conversation with… Sir Walter Bodmer
Thursday 24 June, 5.30pm – Find out more and book

President Professor Jonathan Michie will be in conversation with the human geneticist Sir Walter Bodmer who will give a talk ‘Stem Cell Therapies and the Immune Response’.