Photomontage as Geopolitical Form

Event start date
Event start time
10.15
Event end date
Event end time
12.00
Place

Pinni A building lecture hall A3107, address: Kanslerinrinne 1

Organiser(s)

Faculty of Management’s Degree Programme of Politics and the research project Spaces of Justice Across the East-West Divide

Welcome to attend Dr Alan Ingram’s (UCL, London) lecture Photomontage as Geopolitical Form!
 
The talk will be based on Dr. Ingram’s forthcoming book Evental Geopolitics: Rethinking the Iraq War through Art (Wiley RGS-IBG Book Series).
 
Dr Alan Ingram is Senior Lecturer in political geography at the University College London. His research has dealt with three overlapping areas of interest: geopolitics, biopolitics and aesthetics. He has gained his PhD from University of Cambridge and has published widely on aforementioned topics in journals such as Review of International Political Economy, Political Geography, Europe-Asia Studies, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, International Relations and Geopolitics. Dr Ingram's list of publications

Coffee will be served at 9:45 in front of the lecture hall PinniA3107. Please, fill in the form to register for coffee by Monday 18 September 2017.
 
The public lecture is organized by the Faculty of Management’s Degree Programme of Politics and the research project Spaces of Justice Across the East-West Divide (Kone Foundation).
 
 
 

 

Additional information

For more information, please contact:
Dr. Anni Kangas, +358 50 318 6032
University Lecturer (International Relations)
Academic Director (Leadership for Change Master’s Degree Programme)