The International Communication Section (ICOMM)

of the International Studies Association

ISA-IPS Film exhibit (London): Thinking Visually, Feeling Visually in Global Politics

For those of you who are in London this month, there is an exhibit at the London School of Economics that might interest you:

‘Thinking Visually, Feeling Visually’ screens films that IR students made last year on topics ranging from the global politics of beards (‘Beard Goggles’), to a behind the scenes look at London’s Russian elite (‘Bliny vs. Scones’), to a political ethnography of passengers on ‘The Night Bus’.

The exhibit is in the Atrium Gallery of the Old Building (by the student serves centre). It will continue until Friday 24 February. (OLD on this campus map: http://www.lse.ac.uk/mapsAndDirections/campusMap.pdf)

There is a reception on Monday Feb. 6 at 6:30pm to celebrate the students’ achievements.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/LSESocial/artsAndMusic/artProjectsAndExhibitions/Thinking-Visually,-Feeling-Visually-Student-Films-from-the-International-Relations-Department-.aspx

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