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About the Félix Neubergh Lecture

The Félix Neubergh Lecture in Gothenburg has been held every year since 1977. Every other year the lecture is to deal with problems in banking and finance, and in alternate years the subject is in archaeology. The lecturers appointed are internationally known and
prominent persons.

The Félix Neubergh Lecture has been established through donations by the late banker Félix Neubergh and his wife Bertha. Born in Gothenburg, Félix Neubergh generously endowed diverse institutions in his native city for a number of years, especially the University of Gothenburg. He strove to support the universities’ contacts with culture and science in English-speaking countries.

 

Former Félix Neubergh Lecturers

The Félix Neubergh Lecture has been held by Gunnar Myrdal in 1977, David M. Wilson in 1978, Edward Heath in 1979, Xia Nai in 1980, Max Jakobson in 1981, Yigal Shiloh in 1982, Harold Wilson in 1983, Federico Kauff mann Doig in 1984, Hermod Skånland in 1985, Peter M Warren in 1986, Roy Jenkins in 1987, Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway in 1988, Bengt
Dennis and Thor Heyerdahl both in 1990, Pehr G Gyllenhammar in 1991, George F Bass in 1992, Helmut Schlesinger in 1993, Vassos Karageorghis in 1994, Kjell-Olof Feldt in 1995, Brita Malmer in 1996, Curt Nicolin in 1997, Colin Renfrew in 1998, Urban Bäckström in 1999, David Ridgway in 2000, Barry Eichengreen in 2001, Bernhard Hansel in 2002, Lars Heikensten in 2003, Natalie Kampen in 2004, Sirkka Hämäläinen in 2005, Chris Scarre in 2006, Karin Forseke in 2007, Ian Hodder in 2008, Lars Calmfors in 2009, Manfred Bietak in 2010, Lars E.O. Svensson in 2011, Douglas Price in 2012, Hélène Rey in 2013 and Mats Persson in 2015.

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