Centre for Modern Studies
Tuesday 28 April 2015, 5.30PM to 6.30pm
‘Radicalism’ is one of the most controversial concepts in modern political discourse. The papers in this panel offer a starting point for thinking about what ‘radicalism’ might actually mean. One paper considers this question from a ‘macro’ level, the other through a ‘micro’ level case study. This seminar offers the opportunity to discuss ‘radicalism’ in an interdisciplinary framework which will challenge some of the common conceptions associated with modern debates about radicalism.
Location: BS/008, Berrick Saul Building