Social implications of new biological models of mental disorder

Keynote address to Mental Health Research Network, UK, March 2008.

Neuropolitics: brain, self and society in the 21st century

Sociology, University of Bristol, November 2007.

Biological Psychiatry as a Style of Thought

CRASSH, University of Cambridge, November 2007.

Governing Insecurity

Keynote address to Security, Risk and Technologies of the Political Conference, Keele, November 2007.

Narratives of the Self in a Neurobiological Age

First Annual Public Lecture of Centre for Research on Socio-economic and Cultural Change, Manchester, October 2007.

What is life – revitalised

Paganini Closing Conference, Vienna, June 2007.

Citizenship and Biopolitics: becoming biological citizens in the twenty first century

T. H. Marshal Lecture, Southampton University, May 2007.

Neuropolitics, Part 4: Personhood in a neurochemical age

UCLA, March 2007.

Neuropolitics, Part 3: The politics of susceptibility

University of California, Santa Cruz, March 2007.

Neuropolitics, Part 2: To define true madness

University of California, Berkeley, February 2007.