This module in contemporary normative political theory is designed to provide students with an advanced undergraduate knowledge of some of the key contributions, from a broad range of thinkers and of schools of thought, to debates in the politics of culture and identity. It will be arranged around the theme of how the state should respond, if at all, to cultural diversity.
*Please note that module information is indicative and may change from year to year.
Dr Adam Tebble
Module assessment - more information
2-hour examination (50%), 2,000-word essay (50%)