Past event

Martin Wight Memorial Lecture

One world? Many worlds? The place of regions in the study of international society

Chatham House, London

Participants

Dr Andrew Hurrell, University Lecturer in International Relations and Faculty Fellow, Nuffiel College, Oxford
Chair: Professor Victor Bulmer-Thomas, Director, Chatham House

Overview

An amended version of this lecture appeared in the January 2007 edition of International Affairs.

One world? Many worlds? The place of regions in the study of international society

The Martin Wight Memorial Lecture commemorates the life of the former Chatham House researcher and Professor of History at the University of Sussex. It is given in successive years at Sussex University, the London School of Economics, and Chatham House. The subject of the annual lecture is to reflect the breadth of Martin Wight's interest in history and international relations.