(July 2011) The Malthus Lectureship, a partnership between the Population Reference Bureau and the International Food Policy Researc h Institute (IFPRI), promotes the study of the connections among nutrition, food, agriculture, and population, and invites an outstanding scholar or policymaker to give a presentation each year.

The Second Annual Malthus Lecture took place on July 14, 2011: “Feeding the World Sustainably: Reflections, Issues, and Suggestions.” The lecture was given by Dr. Ismail Serageldin, Director, Library of Alexandria (Egypt)

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