writer and broadcaster; (non-residential) Fellow at the Hutchins Center for African & African-American Research at Harvard University
Lindsay Johns is a writer and broadcaster. He has written for the Evening Standard, The Times, the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph, as well as Prospect and The Spectator magazines in the UK. He also writes regularly for The Root in the USA, for the Cape Argus in South Africa and often appears on BBC TV and radio.
He read Modern Languages at Oxford and is a (non-residential) Fellow at the Hutchins Center for African & African-American Research at Harvard University.
Since 2005 Lindsay has been a volunteer mentor in his spare time with Leaders of Tomorrow, a flagship leadership scheme for young people in Peckham, South London.
Sunday 23 October, 12.00 Frobisher 1-3
Soweto to #RhodesMustFall: the changing face of South African resistance
Sunday 23 October, 14.00 Cinema 2
What’s happened to the University? Lessons from America