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Limits of Freedom of Expression with Timothy Garton Ash - Part 2

The Department of History hosted an event by Timothy Garton Ash, Isaiah Berlin Professorial Fellow at St Anthony's College, Oxford University, to speak on campus regarding his recent work on free speech. The title of his lecture is "What Are the Limits to Freedom of Expression? What Should They Be?" In his lecture, Garton Ash introduced a new Oxford University research project, www.freespeechdebate.com. Ash participated in a panel discussion discussing the issues surrounding free speech in Egypt with Nadia Kamel, award-winning Egyptian filmmaker; Nora Younis, journalist for Egypt Independent; and bloggers Amr Gharbeia and Amr Ezzat. Garton Ash is the author of nine books, including most recently Facts Are Subversive (2009). He writes a weekly column in The Guardian and is currently working on a book about global free speech.
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