What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa): Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising

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Violent conflict highlights the significance of place to media and invites for an understanding of media as place-making. Through ethnographic work with information activists and journalists in revolutionary Egypt, Grønlykke Mollerup argues for the importance of understanding media as vitally emplaced in the phenomenological world in the same way violence is. She unfolds this argument by showing how both media and violence are co-constitutive of places and crucially entangled in the movement of people, rocks, snipers’ bullets and more.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTheorising Media and Conflict
EditorsPhilipp Budka , Birgit Bräuchler
VolumeBerghahn Series Anthropology of Media
Place of PublicationNew York & Oxford
PublisherBerghahn Books
Publication dateApr 2020
ISBN (Print)978-1-78920-682-1
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78920-683-8
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020
SeriesAnthropology of Media

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