Militarization, Surveillance and Violence in Contemporary World Politics | Second Week roundtable

We are pleased to invite you to the our second public event of the fourth edition of the IPS Winter School.

Militarization, Surveillance and Violence in Contemporary World Politics

Militarization plays a central role in the normalization of violence in multiple social and political sites in international relations today. As the diffusion of surveillance disperses insecurities and intensifies exceptions and emergencies, the military ethos occupies an increasingly central place in everyday life and political imaginations. The roundtable discusses the implication of theses processes in the changing practices of counterinsurgency, government of mobility; urban policing; humanitarian operations and other instances of contemporary world politics.

Participants

Jef Huysmans, Queen Mary University of London
Claudia Aradau, King’s College London
Katharine Hall, Queen Mary University of London
Chair | Marta Fernandez , PUC-Rio

 

July 12, 2018 / 16:15 – 18:00 / @ B8 Auditorium

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