Urban Affectivities: The Afterlives of Urban Conflict Between State and Sensoria

18 November 2021, 17:00 - 19:00

Online event (UK time)

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Urban Affectivities: The Afterlives of Urban Conflict Between State and Sensoria in Amed and the West Bank
 

Speakers

Eray Çaylı (London School of Economics)
Silvia Pasquetti (Newcastle University)

 

Abstract

In this seminar, we explore how questions of memory, affect, and power become sites of contest in the aftermath of urban conflict. How do urban memories, affectivities, and vital politics come to inscribe how violence is measured and made sense of? How do questions of heritage and surveillance come to shape the pasts, presents, and imagined futures of urban spaces?

 

 

An event organised by In War's Wake: Mobility, Belonging, and Becoming in the Aftermath of Urban Conflict Research Network

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