February 7: Richard Price: Contemporary British Collections at the British Library
April 14-15: Logic and Literary Form
April 21: Decentering European Governance
April 28: Inside Co-production
August 11-14: 24th Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism: Romanticism and its Discontents
October 7: Interpreting the English School in International Relations
October 13: Underhill Lecture: Niall Ferguson, Making Britain Great Again? Lessons for America from Brexit.
November 3: Jon Wilson: The Chaos of Empire
November 10: Abdul R. Janmohamed: Sambo: a (Post)Colonial (Mis)Education
November 10: Daniel Stedman Jones: The Neoliberal Origins of the New Progressive Politics
November 15, 2016: Victorian Liberalism and the Effect of Sovereignty: A View from the Settler Periphery
January 15: Decentering Health Policy: Narratives, Resistance, and Practices
March 3: The Legacies of Stuart Hall
March 4: Bill Schwarz: Memories of Empire
March 14: Deborah Cohen: Love and Money in the Informal Empire: The British in Argentina, 1830-1930
March 17: Jordanna Bailkin: Unsettled: Refugee Camps in Britain from the Suez Crisis to Idi Amin
April 5: Mark Bevir: A Genealogy of Governance
April 25: Richard Lewis: The UK's Referendum on Membership in the European Union - What Does it Mean for the Rest of the World?
May 13: Brexit: What Happens if the UK leaves the European Union?
August 11-14: Romanticism and its Discontents
September 2: The 2015 British General Elections: Transition or Crisis?
September 5-6: A Conference in Honor of Thomas Laqueur
September 19: Christopher Ricks: Retrospectives and Conversations
October 15: Amitav Ghosh: Flood of Fire
November 6: Decentering Social Policy: Narratives, Resistance, and Practices
December 4: Decentering Urban Governance: Narratives, Resistance, and Practices
April 17: Anthony Joseph: The Frequency of Magic
May 7: Old Friends, New World: The US & UK in the 21st Century, featuring Lord Patten of Barnes