We invite submissions to a one-day workshop on the United States and Discourses of Contemporary Global Crises, sponsored by the Global Insecurities Centre, at the University of Bristol, UK.
We invite participants working with a wide range of conceptualisations related to the production of meaning to submit papers pertaining to how US stances on global crises are framed, and how crises, solutions, and related possibilities are ‘made’ discursively. Through the participants contributions, the workshop aims to better understand US discourses of global crises, reconsidering the global interconnectivity of such discourses, and forcing reconceptualisations of those notions such as ‘security’ and ‘crisis’ which pervade everyday experience.
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