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Departmental Seminar: Reconstruction: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Politics

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Duncan will deliver a seminar based around the book he is currently writing, titled Reconstruction: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Politics, and raise for discussion a number of themes including debates about the world economy/war economy, socialism and dictatorship.

Dr Duncan Kelly’s research interests include modern political and economic ideas and their history, as well as conceptual issues in modern political thought – in combination, what historical and conceptual accounts of political and economic ideas can do to help us understand the practice of politics.

This talk is part of the All POLIS Department Seminars and Events series.

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