Cambridge Centre for Political Thought
The Cambridge Centre for Political Thought, directed by Duncan Bell, Richard Bourke, Annabel Brett and Duncan Kelly, is a collaborative enterprise shared between the History Faculty and the Department of Politics and International Studies.
Cambridge is a world-leading location for the study of the history of political thought. Many of the subject’s finest practitioners have studied and taught here, among them Danielle Allen, John Dunn, Istvan Hont, Melissa Lane, J.G.A Pocock, Quentin Skinner, Gareth Stedman Jones, and Richard Tuck.
Through their research and teaching, the present generation of Cambridge scholars continually takes the subject forward in new directions, reinforced by a large and lively community of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The Centre operates as a focus for the activities of practitioners in the field, hosting visitors and organising conferences, workshops and colloquia.
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Image: Poster for Baku Congress of Peoples of the East (September 1920)