Thursday, 28 May 2009

New Humanist editor on identity politics and offence

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Index on Censorship have just published a piece by our editor, Caspar Melville, in which he examines the emergence of identity politics and the impact it has had academia, the idea of offence and the limits of free speech.

The article is an extract from Caspar's book Taking Offence, which is published as part of Seagull Books' Manifestos for the Twenty-First Century series.