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Affective Apparatus, Senses and the Nation-state

This project seeks to explore the configuration of the nation-state through the evocation of senses by various affective apparatus (like museums, memo ... Read more»

Project staff: Nayanika Mookherjee (Sociology)
Keywords: Aesthetics, Embodiment, Emotions, Ethnography, Memorials, Memory, Museums, Nation, Political Anthropology, South Asia, Utopia, Violence, War

 

Feminist Media Studies reading group

The main purpose of the first meeting of the reading group is to think about how the group will develop over the next academic year. Our proposed foc ... Read more»

Project staff: Rebecca Coleman (Sociology), Debra Ferreday (Sociology), Imogen Tyler (Sociology)
Keywords: Femininities, Feminist and critical race theory, Feminist literary and cultural theory, Feminist philosophy, Feminist research methodologies, Feminist theory, Gender, Gender identities, Women's studies

 

Public Memories of Gendered/Sexual Violence during wars/conflict situations

This project examines the public memories of sexual violence of the Bangladesh War of 1971 and theoretically explore the various constructions of the ... Read more»

Project staff: Nayanika Mookherjee (Sociology)
Keywords: Citizenship, Class and gender relations, Conflict, Embodiment, Ethnography, Feminist theory, Hauntings, Human rights, Memory, Militarism, Nation, Political Anthropology, Postcolonial theory, Research ethics, Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Sociology, South Asia, Utopia, Violence, War

 

What is Bioart?

This collaborative project focusses on the contemporary visibility and proliferation of bioart, 'bioart' being the label for the intersection of the c ... Read more»

Project staff: Adrian Mackenzie (Sociology), Paolo Palladino (History)