Rethinking Leadership. Oxford Seminar Series

The ‘Rethinking Leadership’ Seminar Series, organized by the Two Wings Institute at Harris Manchester College, Oxford seeks to explore leadership models in order to address the challenges arising from increasing polarization within and between contemporary societies.

Each of the monthly meetings consists of three papers delivered by prominent leaders and leadership researchers.

In the three autumn 2022 seminars we will deepen our understanding of leadership by examining connection between therapy and conflict resolution; by looking into the importance of cultural memory upon which our social identities are built; and finally, how academic research can make a greater contribution to building common good in diplomacy and politics.

For online attendance please register via the Two Wings Institute’s profile on EventBrite or at info@twowings.pl.

Seminar programme – autumn 2022

Therapy at War. How can we heal the heart of conflict?

29.09.2022

10.30 am – 12.30 pm local time
Harris Manchester College, Oxford

Speakers: Lord Alderdice, Gabrielle Rifkin, Michał Łuczewski

The Burden of Memory: How can we build solidarity when our memories clash?

27.10.2022

10.30 am – 12.30 pm local time
Harris Manchester College, Oxford

Speakers: Professor Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski, Robert Kostro, Lord John Alderdice

Cultural Diplomacy: Revealing the Soul of Nations

24.11.2022

10.30 am – 12.30 pm local time
Harris Manchester College, Oxford

Speakers: dr Janina Ramirez, dr Marta de Zuniga, Eva Grosman

Rethinking Leadership. Oxford Seminar Series is organised by the Two Wings Institute in partnership with the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building, the Polish Cultural Institute, Oxford Polish Association and the Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict, and generously financially supported by the Polska Fundacja Narodowa (Polish National Foundation).