DescriptionStealth is so often seen through destructive eyes: military technology, drone strikes, surreptitious eavesdropping. Are there other possibilities, however? Can stealth serve as a technology of resistance and preservation rather than destruction and pain? Can ‘living stealthily’ be a way of existing in the world that is respectful of others? In what ways can stealth enrich our lives? Our speakers engage with stealth as a practice of life.
|Period||9 Jun 2017|
|Held at||University of Tasmania, Australia, Tasmania|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
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