The Russell Peace Lectures are a prestigious lecture series, sponsored by the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University. The series, which began in 1985, focuses on issues related to the maintenance of world peace based on respect for human rights, democracy and justice.
This lecture series is endowed in part by the Keith Leppmann Memorial Fund of McMaster University, established by Keith’s family and friends. Archives of the series are available for research.
|2007||Francis A. Boyle|
|2006||Hans von Sponeck|
|1999||Joseph Rotblat: “II. Bertrand Russell and the Pugwash Movement: Personal Reminiscences“|
|1992||Edward W. Said|
|March 1989?||Randall S. Forsberg|
|1985||E.P. Thompson: “From Protest to Survival“|