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Visualising the Drone: War Art as Embodied Resistance

Visualising the Drone: War Art as Embodied Resistance

War art belongs to an aesthetics that is derived from practical and real-world encounters, and which sets to apprehend the world via sense-based and affective processes.

The Power of Images in Global Politics

The Power of Images in Global Politics

Images surround everything we do. This omnipresence of images is political and has changed fundamentally how we live and interact in today’s world.

Review – Art and Politics Now

Review – Art and Politics Now

Anthony Downey’s book is a timely overview of the art world’s involvement in politics and a good reference for academics interested in art’s potential to engage and even redefine politics.

Homeland’s Popular Geopolitics Gets Punked

Homeland’s Popular Geopolitics Gets Punked

The graffiti prank on the set of ‘Homeland’ is an act that represents a physical realization that the pop-culture canvas can be subverted even in the process.

Edited Collection – Popular Culture and World Politics

Edited Collection – Popular Culture and World Politics

This edited collection offers a holistic approach to an exciting field of research and contributes to the establishment of Pop Culture and World Politics as a sub-discipline of International Relations.

Art and International Relations

Art and International Relations

What can art do? What does IR care? Art and International Relations have so much to say to each other, if they only but knew it.

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