University of London Social Sciences Trust Funds

Stamp Memorial Lecture

White Professorship

Stamp Memorial Lecture

The Stamp Memorial Lecture was endowed in 1942 to commemorate the life of Josiah Charles Stamp, first Baron Stamp of Shortlands; a graduate and later governor of the London School of Economics and Political Science.  The lecture has been traditionally hosted by the LSE, although the Trust Deed does not preclude the Stamp Memorial Lecture being held at another institution of the University of London.  The LSE continues to host the Stamp Lecture each year.

White Professorship

The White Professorship is one of the oldest trust funds at the University of London.  It was established in 1907 following Mr J. Martin White’s approach to the University about establishing a professorship in sociology for its advancement as an academic subject.  Mr White was one of the leading figures in the foundation of the Sociological Society.  In 1937 the way the trust was administered was altered and since then the income has been paid over to the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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