Made in Goldsmiths

Made in Goldsmiths is a new series of talks by leading academics, hosted by the University.

It begins this week with talk tomorrow evening by David Graeber (Goldsmiths' Department of Anthropology), the author of Debt: The First 5,000 Years, a book which explores the role debt has played in driving political and social change.

Patrick Loughrey, Warden, says:

We are proud to announce Made in Goldsmiths, created to showcase our excellent scholars and find out more about their work. Every day at Goldsmiths, our staff are researching, discovering and creating. 

‘Made in Goldsmiths’ provides an opportunity for our campus community to find out more about this work, whether it’s a book, research, a film or an exhibition. "The Made in Goldsmiths series is designed with our staff and students in mind, and offers the chance to not only find out more about the work that goes on here, but to meet each other in an informal setting.

If you'd like to attend the event, please email