Dr James Panton
head of upper sixth and head of politics, Magdalen College School; associate professor of philosophy, Open University; co-editor, From Self to Selfie: a critique of contemporary forms of alienation
Dr James Panton is head of upper sixth and head of politics at Magdalen College School, Oxford; and associate lecturer in philosophy at the Open University. He previously taught political theory and intellectual history at St John’s College, Hertford College, and Balliol College, Oxford, and he was responsible for setting up the tutorial teaching training programme for graduate students in the department of politics and international relations, University of Oxford.
James continues to teach politics, philosophy and intellectual history regularly for the department of continuing education at the University of Oxford. He is the author of academic and mainstream media articles and commentaries. He is currently co-editing From Self to Selfie: A Critique of Contemporary forms of Alienation (Palgrave Macmillan forthcoming, 2019). James has also campaigned around politics and civil liberties. He was a founder member of the pressure group The Manifesto Club which campaigns against the hyper regulation of everyday life, and he was instrumental in establishing the ProTest movement in defence of animal research at Oxford University.
Saturday 13 October, 12:00 Level G Studio
Questioning diversity: discussing The Tribe
Saturday 13 October, 16:00 Cinema 1
National identity and belonging: what does it mean to be a citizen?
Wednesday 14 November, 17:30 Investment Corps Lecture Room, St Anthony's College, Oxford, OX2 6JF
Democracy under siege: renewed liberalism or a different path for the Global South?