Browsing International Politics by Author "Edkins, Jenny"

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  • Edkins, Jenny (2008-01-31)
    In the aftermath of the 7th July 2005 bombings in London, communication with those searching desperately for relatives and friends was one-way or non-existent. The authorities dealing with the processes of the identification ...
  • Edkins, Jenny (2013)
    The face is central to contemporary politics: it is photographed, pinned down, stored, documented, and presented as proof of identity in passports and ID cards. Automatic face recognition and face-processing systems are ...
  • Edkins, Jenny; Vaughan-Williams, Nick (Taylor & Francis, 2009-02-10)
  • Edkins, Jenny (2013-05)
    The faces of the missing are held aloft on placards in demonstrations or posted on walls in the aftermath of disappearances. They appear massed on the pages of newspapers and in the displays of genocide museums. Often ...
  • Edkins, Jenny (2013)
    The article examines two sets of photographs of the face: first, a set of images by Suzanne Opton of soldiers returned from tours of duty in Iraq/Afghanistan and second, Robert Lyons’ portraits of Rwandans. In conclusion, ...
  • Edkins, Jenny (Prifysgol Aberystwyth, 2001-12)
    In this paper I do two things. First, I provide a brief background discussion of how trauma can be understood, and I relate trauma to specific notions of security and particular forms of sovereign power and political ...

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