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Durham University

Centre for Catholic Studies


Lord Glasman Lecture - Paper available for download

(3 May 2013)

For all those who missed the recent 'CCS Engagements Lecture'

"Catholic Social Teaching as Political Economy" - Professor the Lord Maurice Glasman, the paper is now available for download HERE

Centre for Catholic Studies and University College Presents:
CCS Engagements Lecture

"Catholic Social Teaching as Political Economy"

Speaker: Professor the Lord Maurice Glasman

Friday 17th May, 5:30pm, Senate Suite, Castle

RSVP: - only 50 places available, RSVP by Friday 10th May


Baron Dr Maurice Glasman is an English academic, social thinker and Labour life peer in the House of Lords. He is best known as the originator of Blue Labour, a term he coined in 2009. He is currently director of the Faith and Citizenship Programme and senior lecturer in political theory at London Metropolitan University. His research interests focus on the relationship between citizenship and faith and the limits of the market. He is an acknowledged international authority on the work of Karl Polanyi.