Leeds Taking Soundings’ next meeting is a debate about the referendum on the European Union.
On Tuesday, May 17th at 6PM in Leeds Beckett University, Calverley (CL)211.
Please note change of location: instead of Broadcasting Place, we are meeting on the other side of the road in the main complex of Leeds Beckett University City Site. Enter through the main Woodhouse Lane entry in front of the Sheila Silver Library, past the library towards the Grumpy Mule cafe. There will be signposts towards the Calverley Building. The meeting is on the second floor.
Arguing to leave the EU will be Neil Davidson.
Neil lectures in sociology at the University of Glasgow and is a member of rs21, RISE: Scotland’s Left Alliance, and the Radical Independence Campaign. He is the author of several books, including the Deutscher Prize-winning Discovering the Scottish Revolution (2003) and How Revolutionary were the Bourgeois Revolutions? (2012) His most recent book is Nation-States: Consciousness and Competition (2016).
Arguing for ‘Remain’ will be Pete Green.
As always we will be aiming at delivering a friendly and educational discussion about a vital issue. Please contact Matthew Caygill at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Tuesday, May 17th at 6PM in Leeds Beckett University, Calverley (CL)211. (See above for directions on the venue.)