October 2016 – Works in Progress Session with Kris Minhae Choe, Chad Hegelmeyer and Andrew Zuliani

Join us on Friday Oct 28th, 12.30-2.00pm, in 244 Greene St Rm 306 for a Cultures of War and the Post-war research collaborative “Works in Progress” session in which people will share informal updates on their current research and other projects.  Refreshments will be provided. Come and share your own works in progress and war culture related interests and hear about this year’s events and activities!

Chad Hegelmeyer (English PhD program) on “Fact-checking and censorship in the Global War on Terror” 
Kris Minhae Choe (MA program) on “Korean War writing, trauma and vomiting” 
Andrew Zuliani (PhD program) on “Counter-surveillance and glitch aesthetics”
and

Prof Patrick Deer (English NYU) on “Talking with VA hospital chaplains about war literature”

The NYU Cultures of War and the Postwar Research Collaborative aims to contribute to the debates around war culture and to produce concrete outcomes for post-war cultural policies which bridge the divides between academia, veterans, the military, activists, writers and creative artists in today’s challenging global climate. More information at: http://www.nyuenglish.com/culturesofwar/

See you there!

Patrick Deer, Bill Blake, AB Huber, Kris Minhae Choe, Chad Hegelmeyer, Andrew Zuliani
co-organizers, NYU Cultures of War and the Post-War Research Collaborative