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'Patterns of Prejudice' Conference Rescheduled for December

Posted on 29/09/2017
The front cover of the journal Patterns of Prejudice

A conference to celebrate the 50th birthday of Patterns of Prejudice

The conference will begin on the evening of Wednesday 13 December, with a drink reception at 5:30pm, and continues from 9:00am on Thursday 14 December. Refreshments and lunch will be provided on the Thursday. The conference will take place at the Wiener Library, central London. For the full programme, please click here.

The seven papers will offer various approaches to the principal subject area covered by Patterns of Prejudice, including racism, antisemitim, Islamophobia, forced migration, genocide and the nationalist right. The speakers include Sarah Hackett, Richard H. King, Brian Klug, Mark Levene, Nasar Meer, Susi Meret and Becky Taylor.

Accompanying the conference is a virtual Special Issue of the journal, affectionately known as 'The POP Charts', which contains an open access selection of the 60 'best' articles from the journal's fifty years. For details, click to access 'The POP Charts'.

Tickets are free but, as space is limited, registration before Thursday 30 November is required. Please click here to reserve a seat. For queries or further information, contact Chad McDonald at chad.mcdonald@bristol.ac.uk.

The conference is supported by Patterns of Prejudice's publisher Routledge/Taylor & Francis, the Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations, University of Southampton, and the Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide.


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