We are increasingly aware that fundamentalism is not a monolith. It has political, cultural, social and religious implications which at times are extremely grave. Its characteristics and impact are often defined by the culture of the place in which it develops.
This Symposium will help to define and clarify 21st century forms of fundamentalism in both academic and practical terms as found in diverse environments from Israel and Palestine, within European countries, to North America.
The event will offer an opportunity to question a panel of speakers who are well placed to address this complex phenomenon.