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Podcast: The Politics of Interpretation and the Interpretation of Politics

Podcasts from the interdisciplinary conference ‘The Politics of Interpretation and the Interpretation of Politics’, which was organized by Jens Olesen (Oxford) and held at the Department of Politics and International Relations, have now been released on itunes. The conference provided a … Continue reading

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CONF: Graduate Student Panel of the Interdisciplinary Conference “The Politics of Interpretation & The Interpretation of Politics”, 23-24 September, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

Within the last fifty years, interpretation has become one of the most important intellectual paradigms of humanities and social sciences scholarship. Theories about law and literature, philosophy and political thought, history and theology all rely on textual interpretation. Issues such … Continue reading

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Workshop on “Methods of Interpretation and the Politics of Hermeneutics”, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory 2011

Call for Papers for the MANCEPT Workshop Methods of Interpretation and the Politics of Hermeneutics 31st August- 2nd September 2011, University of Manchester Political theorists have responded somewhat ambiguously to the ‘interpretive turn’ that shaped the humanities and social sciences … Continue reading

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