Centre for Critical Thought

About the Centre for Critical Thought

The Centre for Critical Thought (CCT) aims to consolidate, sustain and develop cutting-edge research on critically-oriented theory within the humanities and social sciences.

The Centre for Critical Thought (CCT) aims to consolidate, sustain and develop cutting-edge research on critically-oriented theory within the humanities and social sciences. Research within the CCT focuses on the nature and scope of critical thought from an intrinsically interdisciplinary perspective.

This commitment to critique that traverses the humanities and social sciences is reflected in the background and activities of the CCT. Founded on the shared interest in contemporary continental thought of colleagues in Kent Law School, the School of Politics and International Relations, and the School of European Culture and Languages (Italian), the CCT provides a platform for seminars, workshops and lectures that explore the frontiers of, among other disciplines, modern European philosophy, critical legal theory, political and social thought, psychoanalytic theory, theatre studies, film studies, and social anthropology.

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Last Updated: 28/11/2013