The LSE100 Moodle site for students beginning the course in January 2016

    Teacher: Picture of Jason AlexanderPicture of Alexandros AlexandropoulosPicture of Suki AliPicture of Timothy BesleyPicture of Manmit BhambraPicture of Alnoor BhimaniPicture of Mayling BirneyPicture of Christopher BluntHelen Brown CoverdalePicture of Alessandro CastelliniPicture of Maria ChenPicture of Rosalind CoffeyPicture of John CollinsPicture of Michael CoxPicture of Antonia DawesPicture of Diego de MerichPicture of Magdalena C. DelgadoPicture of Roch Dunin-WąsowiczPicture of Rachel Faulkner-GursteinMaria FotouPicture of Marina FranchiPicture of Inez Freiin-Von-WeitershausenPicture of Athanasios GkoutzioulisPicture of John HillsPicture of Simona IammarinoPicture of Jonathan JacksonJennifer Jackson-PreeceStephen JenkinsPicture of Naila KabeerPicture of Mary KaldorPicture of Joanne KalogerasPicture of Paul KellyPicture of Corina LacatusPicture of Nicola LaceyPicture of Joseph LanePicture of George LawsonPicture of Natasha MarhiaPicture of Alexander MayhewPicture of Neil McLeanPicture of Saliha MetinsoyPicture of Fernando MorettPicture of Mary MorganPicture of Tim NewburnPicture of Maria NorrisPicture of Claire O'DonnellPicture of Jose Javier OlivasPicture of Christopher ParkesPicture of Mathijs PelkmansPicture of Coretta PhillipsPicture of Lucinda PlattPicture of Peter RamsayMarco ScalviniPicture of Alpa ShahPicture of Michael ShinerDavid SoskicePicture of Jessica TempletonPicture of Jillian TerryPicture of Peter TrubowitzPicture of Michiel Van IngenPicture of Marta WojciechowskaPicture of Jie Yu7

LSE100, LSE's flagship interdisciplinary course, is designed to enhance your undergraduate education by giving you the opportunity to step back from your specialist degree programme and think more broadly about the ways in which knowledge is produced and used in academia and beyond. Focusing on ‘big’ questions, such as ‘What is the future of democracy?’ and ‘Should markets be constrained or unleashed?’, in this course you will explore the relationship between theory, evidence and explanation, and develop your skills in thinking critically and creatively about complex issues. LSE100 aims not only to broaden your education and intellectual experience at the School, but also to deepen your understanding of your own discipline.

    Teacher: Picture of Sarah Ashraf2Picture of Manmit BhambraPicture of Emmanuelle BlancPicture of Christopher BluntPicture of Irene BucelliPicture of Alessandro CastelliniPicture of Rosalind CoffeyPicture of Keren DarmonPicture of Diego de MerichPicture of Roch Dunin-WąsowiczPicture of Marina FranchiPicture of Athanasios GkoutzioulisPicture of Simon JollyPicture of Joanne KalogerasPicture of Anthony KellyPicture of Joseph LanePicture of Natasha MarhiaPicture of Alexander MayhewPicture of Neil McLeanPicture of Magdalena MikulakPicture of Rian Mulcahy1Picture of Maria NorrisPicture of Claire O'DonnellPicture of Jose Javier OlivasPicture of Neal SuleimanovaPicture of Jessica TempletonPicture of Jillian TerryPicture of Michiel Van IngenPicture of Marta Wojciechowska

A private area for Teaching and Course Development staff in LSE100.

    Teacher: Picture of Sarah Ashraf2Picture of Emmanuelle BlancPicture of Christopher BluntPicture of Irene BucelliPicture of Alessandro CastelliniPicture of Rosalind CoffeyPicture of Keren DarmonPicture of Diego de MerichPicture of Roch Dunin-WąsowiczPicture of Alison EllisPicture of Marina FranchiPicture of Athanasios GkoutzioulisPicture of Fatima JeetooPicture of Joanne KalogerasPicture of Anthony KellyPicture of Joseph LanePicture of Natasha MarhiaPicture of Alexander MayhewPicture of Neil McLeanPicture of Magdalena MikulakPicture of Rian Mulcahy1Picture of Maria NorrisPicture of Jose Javier OlivasPicture of Neal SuleimanovaPicture of Jillian TerryPicture of Michiel Van IngenPicture of Marta Wojciechowska