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Meeting number: 1213190734
The presentation pulls together ideas from Anna Leander's recent publications on methods that rely heavily on ideas inspired by feminist materialism (Haraway, Mol and Stengers in particular). In the presentation she explores the 'composing of collaborationist collages' as a methodology. She outlines what it means to work with the composing of collages as a method, as well as what the (dis-)advantages of doing so are. She does so with reference to her own current research on the politics of digital infrastructures.
The presentation builds on the following publications that are all available on request.
About the speaker
Anna Leander is Professor of International Relations at the Graduate Institute, Geneva and Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Rio de Janeiro. She is best known for her practice theoretical contributions and her work on the politics of commercial security. Her current research focuses on international political design.
Part of the Gender Seminar Series
The purpose of this research seminar is to offer a platform of exchange for students, doctoral students in particular, and researchers whose work includes a gender perspective. During this monthly series, researchers have the opportunity to discuss their work, meet peers from different disciplines at the Graduate Institute, as well as interact with other students, guest speakers and faculty members. The programme of this semester's Gender Seminar Series is here.
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