Inequality Talks series brings some of the leading academics to the University of Helsinki to discuss multilayered questions of intersecting inequalities. Watch their talks here (videos) and learn how they respond to some of the key questions concerning global inequality.
Upcoming INEQ guest talks
Upcoming talks from some of the leading academics on multilayered questions of intersecting inequalities. Here you will also...
INEQ keynote by Elisabeth Schimpfössl: Russian oligarchs and Western sanctions
Senior Lecturer Elisabeth Schimpfössl (Aston University) discusses Western responses to Russia’s pending and then materialising invasion of Ukraine and what that tells us about elite power and relations. (March 22, 2022)
INEQ keynote by Meri Koivusalo: Globalization, inequality and health policy
Professor Meri Koivusalo (Tampere University) discusses health policy in relation to globalization and in particular, globalization as economic integration. (November 18, 2021)
INEQ keynote by Vanessa Andreotti and Sharon Stein: Deepening engagements with decolonization: Lessons from STEM
Professor Vanessa Andreotti and Assistant Professor Sharon Stein (University of British Columbia) review a series of pedagogical frameworks that they have developed for inviting intellectually and relationally rigorous engagements with decolonization in today’s volatile, uncertain, and hyper-complex institutional contexts. (October 26, 2021)
Histories of Sexualities, Gender Diversity, and Queer in the Nordic and Baltic Region 2021
Watch the recordings of two conference keynotes here. The recordings include the keynote panel discussion chaired by Senior...
INEQ & BIBU keynote by Mike Savage: The Return of Inequality
Professor Mike Savage (LSE) discusses his new book where he explains inequality’s profound deleterious effects on the shape of societies. He argues that severe inequality threatens to returns us to the past. (September 27, 2021)