Understanding Conflict: Forms & Legacies of Violence Research Cluster Inaugural Conference 2014
Faculty of Arts, University of Brighton
Initiated in June 2013, jointly run by the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics and the Centre for research in Memory, Narrative and Histories, the Understanding Conflict: Forms & Legacies of Violence research cluster presented a one-day conference to introduce the group's research interests. The research cluster was warmly welcomed by University of Brighton colleagues and students and resulted in a number of new members joining the cluster.
Mark Devenney | The Improper Politics of 'Suicide Bombing'
Lucy Noakes | Burying the People of the People's War: Civilian Death in 20th Century Britain
Althea Rivas | Revisiting the Security Development Nexus through the Everyday of Humanitarian Intervention
German Primera | Extra-judicial Killings and Bare Life
Thomas Carter | Revolutionary Hauntings: Narratives of Conflict in and Conflictive Narratives of Everyday Life in Havana
Nicola Clewer | The "Education Centre at the Wall": Transformation or continuity in the meaning and purpose of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial?
Garikoitz Gomez Alfaro | Public Memory in Post-Conflict Spaces: The Politics of What Remains
Lisa Hardie | Foucault's 'Other Spaces': Framing Memorial Landscapes as a Heterotopia
Ken Clarry | Coffin Bearers - sights of death and visions of political performativity: Derrida's 'Hostipitality' and Tolerance in the images of Ireland's Troubles.
Melina Sadikovic | Justice, Memory and Experience in Reconciliation After Conflict
Zia Ali | Beyond Heroes and Villains: performance, post-memory and post-conflict masculinities in Islamist extremism