Geir Lundestad has been Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo and Secretary of the Norwegian Nobel Committee since 1990. In his lecture he will give a fascinating insight into the Nobel Peace Prize, often subject to controversy. <p>

Geir Lundestad is also a renowned historian and Professor of International History at the University of Oslo. He has written extensively on politics and conflict, focussing on relations between Europe and the United States of America since the 20th Century. <p>

This lecture is free and open to all, no pre-registration required.