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Green Templeton College | Oxford

GTC has a busy and interesting calendar of events, from lectures and seminars to workshops and panel discussions, attracting high-profile speakers and experts in various fields related to the College's academic focus.

There are a number of annual lectures, including the Green Templeton Lectures, the Barclay Lecture, the Richard Normann Lecture, the McGovern Lecture and the Archie Cochrane Lecture.

Professor Paul KrugmanThese are complemented by a lively programme of events organised by the College's research centres and academic initiatives, notably the Management in Medicine Programme workshop series, the HEXI-MiM speaker series and the Future of Work lunchtime seminar series.

Details of all forthcoming lectures and seminars can be found in the Green Templeton online calendar of events (filter by 'Lectures and Seminars').


Podcasts of many lectures are available to listen to on the GTC website here.

Past events

'We need to talk about complexity': Trish Greenhalgh reports on a 2017 conference at Green Templeton

McGovern Lecture 2015: The Role of Emotion in Disease - Historical Perspectives

Archie Cochrane Lecture 2015: Malaria Past, Present and Future

The Green Templeton Lectures 2015: The World's Child

The Barclay Lecture 2014: New Patterns of Innovation

The McGovern Lecture 2014: John P McGovern and his Oxford Connection: A Biographer's Perspective

Human Welfare Conference 2014: Innovations in development - Challenging convention to advance human welfare in low and middle-income countries 

The Archie Cochrane Lecture 2014: Nature's Randomised Trials - Promise and Pitfalls

Are We Facing Secular Stagnation? Panel discussion with Professor Paul Krugman

The Green Templeton Lectures 2014: The Tyranny of the Normal