Date(s) - 05/10/2017 - 06/10/2017
Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
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Traditionally, the majority of academic research on terrorism has tended to focus on ‘big picture’ issues such as ideology, geo-politics, or national security. However, ongoing changes to the organisational and relational nature of terrorist activity has resulted in a much greater emphasis now being placed on more localised, cultural and situational factors. Likewise, recent work on ‘Jihadi cool’ and ‘radical hybrid street culture’ suggests the global Jihadist project is now spawning local, subcultural forms. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, this conference will draw together leading figures working on the terrorism-crime-culture nexus in a stimulating forum for research and reflection on this most important of subjects.