Webinar invitation, Monday 18 May: The Coronavirus Crisis: domestic and international ramifications

14 May 2020

Peterhouse and the Centre for Geopolitics warmly invite you to an inter-disciplinary webinar conversation

The Coronavirus Crisis: domestic and international ramifications

Monday 18 May, 1800-1900 (BST)

Although we are still in the middle of a global pandemic, it is not yet too early to start thinking about its meaning for British society and the wider world. This panel will look at the medical, strategic, ethical, and cultural questions raised by the upheaval.


Chair:  Bridget Kendall, The Master of Peterhouse


Prof Andrew Lever, Professor of Infectious Diseases

Dr Jennifer Wallace, Director of Studies in English and novelist

Prof Richard Holton, Professor of Philosophy and member NHS ethics panel

Dr Daisy Dixon, Research Fellow in Philosophy and artist

Prof Brendan Simms, Director Centre for Geopolitics


Where? This is a virtual panel, held on Zoom

When? Monday, 18 May, 1800-1900 (BST)

Tickets available here:


Centre for Geopolitics

Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) University of Cambridge www.cfg.polis.cam.ac.uk