Bodies in/at War
War is a profoundly embodied experience, but the body is often erased in the dominant accounts. This paper places the body at the centre of critical thinking on war. It examines how bodies are prepared for war, how different bodies experience war, and what happens to these bodies in the aftermath of war.
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Lecturer(s) Dr Thomas Gregory
POLITICS 711: 15 points