Eliza has lectured at the University of Warwick, King’s College London, and Renmin University, Beijing. She has also delivered papers at Harvard University, London School of Economics, Oxford, Birmingham, Sheffield and Cambridge amongst others.
She has disseminated and presented her research to broad and varied audiences including schools, NGOs, policy makers and businesses.
She has lectured on female power and leadership to women in the City, debated organised religion at the Cambridge Union and delivered talks to the Centre for Policy Studies and the Institute of Public Policy Research. She has appeared on a panel at the Park Theatre for Johnny Maitland’s play Dead Sheep and acted as historical consultant to the Royal Court Theatre.
“Eliza Filby was invited to address a gathering of senior women working in financial risk in the City. She gave a fascinating and wide-ranging talk about female leadership in politics and its relevance to women working in the business world. Eliza was entertaining, engaging, and relevant and I would not hesitate to recommend her for other speaking engagements. She sparked off a lively discussion and was a great catalyst for future events we have now held as result.”
Kate Owen, Marketing Manager for Financial and Business Risk, Thomson Reuters
Debate (Chair): ‘A Balance of Interests: Britain, the EU and the Common Good’, St Michael’s Cornhill, City of London
11th May 2016
‘There’s Something About Maggie’ What Mrs Thatcher got right and what she got wrong. Prospectus Conference, Harvard University
16th April 2016
30th March 2016
16th March 2016
5th February 2016