SPG Announce Semester of Security Guest Lectures

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The three below and linked lectures are going on as part of Richmond’s new MA course on ‘Security and Insecurity: Bodies, Identity, Images’ coordinated by Dr Kandida Purnell and include a masterclass on Ontological Security by Professor Brent Steele and two case study led lectures on contemporary security issues in Northern Ireland and Poland by Early Career Researchers Ben Rosher (Queen’s University Belfast) and Bohdana Kurylo (University College London). These talks will appeal to students, scholars, and practitioners in the areas of security, visual politics, and identity.

Please e-mail PurnelK@Richmond.ac.uk to register to attend in person or online.

Monday 10th October 4.30-5.50pm
An Overview of Ontological Security Studies
Professor Brent J. Steele, University of Utah
Chiswick Park Room 3

Monday 17th October 3-4.20pm
Memory and ontological (in)security in Northern Ireland and the Irish border region
Ben Rosher, Queen’s University Belfast
Chiswick Park Room 3

Monday 14th November 3-4.20pm
Counter-populist performances of (in)security: Feminist resistance in the face of right-wing populism in Poland
Bohdana Kurylo, University College London
Chiswick Park Room 3