Kimberly Mair

Kimberly Mair is Associate Professor of Sociology and teaches in Cultural, Social, and Political Thought at the University of Lethbridge. Her research is primarily concerned with the aesthetics of communication and posthumanist critiques of biopolitics. Her book Guerrilla Aesthetics: Art, Memory, and the West German Urban Guerrilla (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016) emphasizes the sensorial aspects of guerrilla communications in the 1970s. In her current project, she examines fugitive modes of communication to consider how mundane spaces were indirectly endowed with discretionary deliberation over informal asylum in WWII Britain.

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