How to See Wars? Artistic Interventions into the Landscapes of Power Aida Hozić


Wars are ubiquitous in the everyday lives of people who imagine themselves living in peace. Yet, it is easy not to see them, even if they are constantly in the news.
In this lecture, guided by works of Paul Nash and others, Aida Hozić, Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Florida, whose research is situated at the intersections of feminist political economy, cultural studies, and international security, proposes that to see wars, we must look sideways, elsewhere, and outside of the frame of the visuals served to us daily.

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May 15 2024


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Pichette Auditorium, Pembroke College
St Aldates, Oxford OX1 1DW