Monthly Archives: April 2013

Homing in

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
I’m finally home from Europe – a strange sentence, I think, since I always feel so much at home when I return to Europe.  I spent the last week in the Czech Republic, where I…

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Photo essay: Ground the Drones demo

Originally posted on Drone Wars UK:
“Every Afghan has a name, war is not a video game!” Six hundred people came from all around the country to take part in a large demonstration against drones at RAF Waddington, the new…

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Politics of Catastrophe review

Many of my students are fans of this book. Great work Claudia and Rens!

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Visualizations of Conflict

My comment on why up-close-and-personal films about war don’t bring us any closer to the reality of the battlefield on as part of their in depth analysis of the Hot Docs festival.

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How to Interact with Your Instructor: A Guide for Undergraduates Here’s some much needed guidance for undergrads that will hopefully help thwart those “Yo Prof” or “Hey man” emails, or “Did I miss anything when I was in the Bahama’s … Continue reading

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What We Talked About At ISA: Teaching Gender and War: Some Reflections on Negotiating the Five Stages of Feminist Consciousness/Grief in Undergraduate Students

Originally posted on The Disorder Of Things:
A guest post in our current series on ISA presentations from Victoria Basham, who is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Exeter. Victoria’s research draws on feminist and sociological theory to explore…

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Where Souls Dwell

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
I’ve had a message from Laila Shawa, whose work I noted earlier, enclosing one of her latest projects (and generously allowing me to show her work here).  Where Souls Dwell (above) is from her Gun series…

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