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Directed by Griselda Pollock, with co-directors Barbara Engh (Centre for Cultural Studies) and Eva Frojmovic (Centre for Jewish Studies), the Centre was a transdisciplinary initiative. Without effacing the values of disciplinary modes of thought and practice, while also drawing on the more ...Read More >
- Professor Griselda Pollock has participated in a major research project, directed by Dr Brad Evans of Bristol University that solicits position statements from major scholars worldwide on the issue of Disposable Life. This forms part of a larger project titled Histories of Violence.
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Concentrationary Cinema: Aesthetics and Resistance in Alain Resnais's Night and Fog
Edited by Griselda Pollock & Max Silverman
London and New YorkBerghahn Books. 2011
Winner of Kraszna Krausz Award for Best Book on the Moving Image 2011
- On Wit(h)nessing, Withdrawing, Retreating, and Participating.
Gifts, Debts, Contradictions and Questions of Sincerity in Contemporary Art Speakman Lecture Theatre, University of Leeds
Worlding: From the Archive to the Compost.Art and Creativity and Speculative Fabulation in Human and Non-Human Sentient Beings. Speakman Lecture Theatre, University of Leeds