Under fire: the organization and representation of violence, Volume 1
Through a series of discussions about an array of issues--battle simulation techniques and news programming, democracy and violence, the privatization of the military and militarized bodies--Jordan Crandall explores the organization and representation of contemporary armed conflict. Moderated by Crandall, Under Fire 1is a compilation of a series of dialogues that occurred online from January 25 through April 19, 2004 between artists, political scientists, critics, activists and journalists around the central theme.
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