Each year a memorial lecture takes place in Oxford during the second week of October. Transcripts or films of the lectures are available below:
'New' Governors of the Dew
Deity and Domination: Winstanley, Blake, and David Nicholls - a contribution to the understanding of theology and secularity - podcast
Associationism, Pluralism and Postliberalism: the theopolitical legacy of David Nicholls and current British politics - podcast
‘Is this what you call free?’ The Caribbean after slavery - podcast
God, Freud, and the Politics of Desire: re-thinking the churches’ approach to sex crises
A Politics of Place?
Defending Politics in the 21st Century
What Makes Us Think God Wants Democracy?
Suffer the Little Children: slavery and its legacies for Caribbean children in the diaspora
Haiti: A Failed State. But whose fault is that?
Law, Power and Peace: Christian perspectives on sovereignty
Christian Humanism: antidote to fundamentalism and secularism
Class, Colour and Pluralism in David Nicholl’s Caribbean
Citizenship, Democracy and Morality
Africa and the Caribbean in Caribbean Consciousness and Action in Britain
Stepping Out of Babylon: theology and politics in the thought of David Nicholls