Forensic Spaces: Trials

Forensic Spaces: Trials

A joint seminar series with the
Forensic Architecture ERC Project and the
MA Research Architecture Programme


Tuesday, November 22nd 2011
2pm – 5pm
Goldsmiths RHB 312

Leif Dahlberg received his PhD in Comparative Literature from Stockholms universitet. Before teaching Communication and Media studies at KTH he taught as senior lecturer of Comparative Literature at Linköpings universitet and Stockholms universitet. He has been visiting lecturer/professor at Beijing Daxue (Peking University), Södertörns högskola, and Örebro universitet. In the autumn 2011 Dahlberg is Visiting Research Fellow at the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, University of London. He teaches media and theoretical texts that range from the 18th to the 21st century. He has written on German Romanticism, European Modernism, Narratology, Media history, Law and Literature, Advertising, and New media. His current research project investigates the construction and representation of legal spaces in law, literature and political philosophy in works from Greek antiquity to the present.


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