The Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lecture in International Relations

These distinguished annual lectures commemorate former United States Senator J. William Fulbright, alumnus of Pembroke College, Oxford and founder of one of the most prestigious international education awards programs in the world: the Fulbright Program.


They are organised in association with Pembroke College, US-UK Fulbright Commission, Fulbright Association and Lois Roth Endowment.

 

Watch the latest Fulbright Lecture, delivered by the Rt Hon David Miliband (IRC)

 

Past lectures

2019: The Rt Hon David Miliband (International Rescue Committee), The New "Arrogance of Power": Global Politics in an Age of Impunity

2018: Professor Lord Nicholas Stern (LSE), The Best of Centuries or the Worst of Centuries: Leadership, Governance and Cohesion in an Interdependent World

2017: Professor Louise Richardson (Oxford), Universities in an Age of Populism

2016: Professor Michael Ignatieff (CEU), The European Refugee Crisis: What Is to Be Done

2015: Ambassador Jack Matlock, Managing the Crises in Ukraine and Elsewhere: Lessons for Leadership

2014: Professor Joesph Stiglitz (Columbia University), Causes and Consequences of Global Inequality - and What Can Be Done About It