Event Date: 17 September 2010
Sunley Management Centre, Park Campus, University of Northampton
Fascist Radicalism and the New Media – Keynote
Gerry Gable – Confronting Right-Wing Extremism in a Western Democracy
In this keynote lecture, Gerry Gable offers a personal reflection on his work with Searchlight. His talk shows how, since 1964, Gable has developed a range of approaches to gathering intelligence on the Far Right. Cases discussed include historical examples, such as Searchlight’s dealings with Colin Jordan, to contemporary themes, for example revealing fundamental problems with the British National Party’s accounting practise. Finally, Gable also reflects on the positive, and not so positive, relationships that Searchlight has developed over the years with Britain’s various intelligence bodies.
‘Teutonic Philosophy’: Jacob Boehme (1575-1624) in context, his life and the reception of his writings
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