The Conflict and Culture research group will hold a one-off event on 26th April at 7pm – 9pm in Eldon Building EW 1.11.
A Year of Living Dangerously: Cultural Reflections on Trump and Populism, is an interdisciplinary event combining talks and performances exploring politics and culture in the post-Trump era.
The event aims to look at current events and drill deeper into their wider meaning, origins and implications for the future.
With a healthy dose of satire and mischief, this talk explores different ways in which research and ideas can be presented.
Come along for a fun and informative evening with turns as unexpected as the global drama we are living through.
A year of living dangerously is completely free and open to the public, and will include presentations such as:
Louis Netter: Trump’s Amerikkka: Art and delusion in a waking nightmare
Olly Gruner and Dan McCabe: Gettysburg: A performance piece
Stephen Harper: From Obama to Trump: An Orange Thermidor?
You can book your place on Eventbrite.