Online Zoom Forum: An Evening with Prof Paul Rogers.


Simon Barrow.

Date: Wednesday 20 November 2024.
Time: 7pm-9pm (UK time).

Event Description:

Prof Paul Rogers will speak for an hour on some of his new research, followed by an hour of Q & A with the audience, both taking question on the talk and across the span of his research.


Prof Paul Rogers:

Paul Rogers is Emeritus Professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University and an Honorary Fellow of the Joint Service Command and Staff College (JSCSC). He trained originally as a biologist, lecturing at Imperial College and subsequently working as a plant pathologist in Uganda and Kenya on a regional crop research programme. After returning to the UK in 1970 he lectured first in environmental science before joining the Peace Studies programme at Bradford University in 1979 to work on environmental security and then peace research.

Paul has a long-term research interest in the changing drivers of international conflict, especially the connection between socio-economic divisions and global heating. He has written or edited thirty books including Losing Control: Global Security in the 21st Century (4th edition 2021) and Irregular War: The Threats from the Margins (2017) and his work has been translated into many languages including Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Farsi. His new book, The Insecurity Trap: A Short Guide to Transformation, will be published by Hawthorn Press in November 2024.

Simon Barrow:

Bio: Director of the Ekklesia think-tank, which focuses on beliefs, ethics in public life, Simon is also a writer, lecturer and consultant on public policy, training and development, theology and politics. He is a member of the National Union of Journalists' Ethics Council. He has authored and edited or co-edited numerous books, the latest of which is 'A Better Nation: The Challenges of Scottish Independence' (Luath Press, May 2022). His forthcoming book ‘Against the Religion of Power: Telling a Different Christian Story’ will be published by Ekklesia this summer.


Prof Paul Rogers

An archive recording will be made for the EICSP archive.

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