A one-day international symposium on the language of far-right movements
Friday, 26 June 2009
Park Campus, University of Northampton
From Holocaust “revisionism” in places like Central Europe to “white nationalist” parties in Britain and France to veiled anti-Semitic conspiricism by the American ideologue, Lyndon LaRouche, the recourse to language as a political veil, rather than a transparent means of communication, has been a key feature of radical right-wing movements since 1945. This daylong event promises to uncover salient techniques and relevant practices employed in far-right rhetoric, for the benefit of contemporary researchers, policy-makers and the wider public.