Day: December 22, 2020

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Tracing Affect Through Imagination/Being Affected Through Imagination

Madeleine Rungius The intricate connection between affect and imagination leaves room for creative methodological and theoretical exploration. This is the case when prison reports by the HM Inspectorate of Prisons are discursively analysed to explore the prison as an affective institution of the state within broader structures of morality. Prison reports are characterised through bureaucratic, […]

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Fieldwork, Theory and Layers in the Black Country

Sophie Wootton After spending many hours in Dudley, learning about the local area’s pivotal role in the industrial revolution, getting to know more about Black Country heritage and customs and spending hours sitting in and wandering through public spaces, I began to develop a sense of the town imbued with layers that go beyond its […]

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