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Join us as we launch the In War’s Wake Research Network with a critical discussion, a rountable with our Network Faculty Advisors:
Alex Jeffrey (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge)
Graham Denyer Willis (Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge)
Irit Katz (Department of Artchitecture, University of Cambridge)
in conversation with
Giulia Torino (Urban Studies/Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge) and
Surer Mohamed (POLIS/Pembroke College, University of Cambridge)
In this session, we will explore the Network’s interdisciplinary and transnational core themes, and begin to explore the provocations that will be engaged throughout the academic year: how legacies of violence are inscribed into urban space or elided, how urban violence disrupts temporalities of 'before' and 'after' war, and how mobility, belonging and becoming are sites of uncertainty and possibility in cities in the aftermath of urban war.
An event organised by In War's Wake: Mobility, Belonging, and Becoming in the Aftermath of Urban Conflict Research Network
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