Censorship and Restricted Access

  • Julian Harris
Keywords: Censorship, Human rights, Academic freedom, Intellectual freedom

Abstract

Julian Harris reports on a multi-disciplinary conference held in Senate House on November 6-7, 2014 (organised jointly by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, the Institute of English Studies and Senate House Library) looking at the impulse to censor published works and archival materials, and the effect this has on the ideas contained within them and the ways in which censorship and the power of the state moves with the times and can shape lives.

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