Michel Boivin – The Ithna ‘Ashari- Isma‘ili divide among the Khojas: exploring forgotten judicial sources from Karachi around 1910.

        Event Date: 9-10 September  2011 Royal Holloway, University of London     Contesting Shi‘ism: Isna ‘Ashari and Isma‘ili Shi‘ism in modern South Asia Michel Boivin – The Ithna ‘Ashari- Isma‘ili divide among the Khojas: exploring forgotten judicial sources from Karachi around 1910.  When Hasan Ali Shah (d. 1882), the living imam of the Isma‘ili Shias, came …

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Tahir Kamran – Sufi Shrines, electoral politics and sectarian violence in Punjab: a case study of the dargah of Sial Sharif

        Event Date: 9-10 September  2011 Royal Holloway, University of London     Contesting Shi‘ism: Isna ‘Ashari and Isma‘ili Shi‘ism in modern South Asia   Tahir Kamran Sufi Shrines, electoral politics and sectarian violence in Punjab: a case study of the dargah of Sial Sharif Sectarianism has pervaded deep in the south-eastern Punjab, which was proverbially known …

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Vertical Geographies – conference page

    Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies   Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked …

Rory Rowan – The Uncertainty Principle: Verticality, War and Disorder in Schmitt, Sloterdijk and Virilio

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

Christopher Harker – The politics of verticality revisited

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

Andrew Harris – Vertical Urbanism

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

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Steve Graham – Vertigo: for a vertical turn in critical urban social science

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

James Philip Robinson – Targeting the vital: vertical visualities and the exposure of the British landscape, 1936-1945

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

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Isla Forsyth – Shadow Chasers: exploring the vertical and angular geographies of camouflage

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …

Jeanne Haffner – Flight from modernity – aerial photograpahy and the emergence of a social conception of space

Event date: 8 December 2010 Bedford Square London WC1E 6DP Royal Holloway University of London Department of Geography Vertical Geographies Recent geographical scholarship has highlighted the importance of ‘verticality’ – aerial and three dimensional perspectives – in conceptualizations of space, territory, sovereignty and power. Within the subdiscipline of critical geopolitics, this interest has been, in part, provoked by recent events …