THE OPENING EVENT

ROUND TABLE & WINE RECEPTION

“A multi-disciplinary perspective on barbed wire”

Wednesday 2nd March 2016 @ 4:00 pm

Trent Building, Room A46 (University Park)

The main objective of this event will be to discuss the historical, aesthetic and political aspects of barbed wire, both in the past and in modern times. Participants in the round table will contribute with their own viewpoints and experiences from diverse academic disciplines such as archaeology, history, political science, critical theory and geography. Wine will be served afterwards.

 

Isla Forsyth

Dr. ISLA FORSYTH

Assistant Professor in Cultural & Historical Geography
(School of Geography)

 

Salvatore Garfi

Dr. SALVATORE GARFI

Leverhulme Research Fellow
(Department of Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies)

 

Colin Wright

Dr. COLIN WRIGHT

Associate Professor in Critical Theory
(Centre for Critical Theory)

 

Neville Wylie

Prof. NEVILLE WYLIE

Professor of International Political History
(School of Politics & International Relations)

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