Join the Cultures of War & Post-war Research Collaborative for the latest installment of their ongoing series on censorship, poetics, and national security.
How do artists, writers, and filmmakers engage the clandestine activities of the National Security State? How do they help us to see anew a highly mediated form of warfare that nonetheless conceals the black ops, redacted docs, dark money, and classified landscapes comprising the secretive theaters of twenty-first-century warfare? Stephen Voyce will present research from his current book in progress.
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