Neda Genova — Telling the “Wrong” Story of Corruption: Cutting Corners & Shards in Qatar

Amnesty International, 2013.

Hey Everybody,

The next Knowledge Exchange Lecture will be:

TELLING THE “WRONG” STORY OF CORRUPTION: CUTTING CORNERS & SHARDS IN QATAR
NEDA GENOVA

TUESDAY (27TH OF MAY) AT 17h00-18h00, Deptford Town Hall G4 (GOLDSMITHS)

Neda Genova is currently enrolled in the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme in the Visual Cultures department at Goldsmiths, University of London. Born and raised in Bulgaria, she has lived in Germany and Italy since 2008. She studied Media & Cultural Studies (BA) and Media & Cultural Analysis (MA) at the University of Düsseldorf, where she also worked as a teaching assistant. She’s currently working on an MA thesis around the question of corruption and its implications for buildings and stories.

There is no suggested reading in advance of the lecture.

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