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Encounter with Charles Taylor

Roundtable discussions and lecture by Charles Taylor

On 15 January 2010, the Centre of the Study of Democracy (CSD) at the University of Westminster, London, will host its annual "CSD Encounter", a one-day open event at which the work of a leading scholar in the fields of political theory, international relations or cultural studies is presented and discussed in his or her presence. The CSD Encounter includes workshop sessions followed by a public lecture in the evening.

This time the Encounter will be with political philosopher Charles Taylor.


10.30am – 1pm

Roundtable: Charles Taylor´s Contribution to Political Theory

With Stephen Mulhall, Steven Lukes, Paulina Tambakaki and Raymond Plant

Chair: Chantal Mouffe

2pm – 4.40pm:

Roundtable: Charles Taylor´s Contribution to the Debate on Religion, Politics and Culture

With Tariq Modood, Grace Davie, Sanjay Seth and Abdelwahab El Affendi

Chair: Bhikhu Parekh


Lecture by Charles Taylor: “Secularism and Multiculturalism – Are They Compatible?”


RSVP: jessica.schmidt@my.westminster.ac.uk


Professor Charles Taylor | talks


Date and Time:

15 January 2010 at 10:30 am


Full Day



Fyvie Hall
University of Westminster
309 Regent Street

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Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster
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