Workshop Update: Integrity and Activism

Activism and Integrity Workshop
Monday, December 16th 2013, 1:30-4:30pm
Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Lipman Building 121

This workshop is hosted by Northumbria University’s Histories of Activism research group, in association with The Integrity Project. It will explore the ways in which concepts of integrity have shaped debates among activists from across the political spectrum in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

The event will feature papers from:

Dr Mark Pitchford (Visiting Research Fellow, KCL) on Conservative activism

Dr James Gregory (Plymouth) on 19th century moral reform movements

Dr. Joe Street (Northumbria) on street protest and civil rights

Dr Charlotte Alston (Northumbria) on Tolstoy and the philosophy of non-resistance.

The workshop is free and all are welcome.

For further details on this event, please contact the workshop organisers: Dr Charlotte Alston (charlotte.alston@northumbria.ac.uk) and Dr Joe Hardwick (joseph.hardwick@northumbria.ac.uk).

About Rachael Wiseman

Dr Rachael Wiseman is a post-doctoral researcher in Philosophy at Durham University.
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