Kif Kif recently posted a longread (in Dutch) written by the Urban Terrorism-project’s Research Fellow , Evelien Geerts. The piece, titled “Political violence since 9/11: Hypermediatization & the creation of disposable bodies,” touches upon political violence, 9/11’s aftermath & disposable bodies against the backdrop of contemporary pandemic crisis. The full essay can be read here.
A new UrbTerr project publication has just been published. This philosophical longread, written in Dutch, re-spotlights the now notorious Conings case and Belgian pandemic politics, but does so by zooming in on the Flemish far-right, processes of terrorist and extremist (non)-labeling, and some of the conspiracy theories that were circulating right after the announcement of Conings’ … Continue reading “New project publication: A philosophical longread on Belgium’s far-right pandemic politics and the Conings case”
A new project publication on pandemic politics and Belgium’s far-right extremism in the context of the Jürgen Conings case has just been published by The Conversation. The article addresses the Conings case – a Belgian soldier, currently wanted for threatening Belgium’s top virologist Marc Van Ranst and the illegal possession of weapons in a terrorist … Continue reading “New project publication on pandemic politics & Belgium’s far-right extremism”