Centre for Research into Ideas and the Study of Political Ideologies

2024 Future of Ideologies Speaker Series Announced

The Centre for Research into Ideas and the Study of Political Ideologies (CRISPI) is delighted to announce the return of the Future of Ideologies speaker series for 2024.

The series will be hosted 5-6.30pm (UK time) every Wednesday, from 31 January to 27 March. Each session will consist of a 45 minute presentation followed by a 45 minute Q&A.

Please see the schedule of events:

  • 31 January – Marta Lorimer (London School of Economics) - Book launch: Europe as Ideological Resource: European Integration and Far Right Legitimation in France and Italy
  • 7 February – Balša Lubarda (DAMAR Institute) - Book launch: Far-Right Ecologism: Environmental Politics and the Far Right in Hungary and Poland
  • 14 February – Jan-Werner Müller (Princeton University) - ‘Architecture’s power’
  • 21 February – Jason Blakely (Pepperdine University) - Book Launch: Lost in Ideology: Interpreting Modern Political Life
  • 28 February – Stefanos Geroulanos (NYU) - Book talk: The Invention of Prehistory: Empire, Violence, and Our Obsession with Human Origins
  • 6 March – Jonathon Catlin (Rochester) - ‘Koselleck and Catastrophe’
  • 13 March – Léonie de Jonge (Groningen) - ‘Eating Extremism: How the Far Right Politicises Food’
  • 20 March – Max Fenner (Cambridge) - ‘Ecology and Scarcity in Murray Bookchin's Early Work’
  • 27 March – Olga Sabelfeld (Bielefeld) - ‘Comparing Comparisons: Semantics of Welfare Policies in Postwar German and British Parliaments’
All sessions will take place on MS Teams. Please complete the sign up form to register your attendance. A meeting link will be sent ahead of each session using the email address you provide.
Posted on Friday 19th January 2024

Centre for Research into Ideas and the Study of Political Ideologies

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