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What Are Universities For?

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Stefan Collini is professor of intellectual history and english literature at the University of Cambridge

At a time when the future of higher education hangs in the balance, distinguished academic, critic and author Stefan Collini visits the RSA to argue that we must completely rethink the way we see our universities, and the purposes they serve.

Respondent: Professor Paul O’Prey, vice-chancellor, Roehampton University.
Chair: Matthew Taylor, chief executive, RSA.

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