The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (United Kingdom) will be hosting a workshop on Baudrillard and International Politics.
The notice states:
The translation and publication of Jean Baudrillard’s The Gulf War Did Not Take Place (1995) marked the first significant awareness of Baudrillard’s work among international politics scholars and was the source of a highly engaged debate. In the years since, Baudrillard’s work on the media, simulation, hyperreality, terror, and technology has continued to provide unique insights into contemporary international politics and the discourses in which it is framed.
International politics staff and graduate students at Newcastle University arehosting a half day workshop to explore the value and relevance of Baudrillard’s work for international politics studies and seek papers on the following (and other) themes:
Political discourses of hyperreality
Baudrillard on the USA
The political commitments of Baudrillard’s early scholarship
The workshop will be held, at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, on the 28th of November.
Further details are available from Mr Mark Edward (M.D.Edward@ncl.ac.uk).