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The End of History: Apocalypse, Economy, and Ecology

In this unit students will examine the deadlocks of contemporary politics and the simultaneous saturation of culture with apocalyptic by examining the various ways in which the end of history has been conceptualised and disrupted since the collapse of the Berlin Wall.

Lecturer Dr Scott Kirkland
Level Level 3; Level 9
Study Mode Face-to-face

Online

Unit Code (with link to UMS) AP3700T (Face-to-face)

AP3709T (online)

AP9700T (Face-to-face)

AP9709T (online)

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