Join us as we celebrate the opening of a new photography exhibition by Hannah White.
Amidst the chaos of Brexit, Hannah White wanted to explore a different side of Europe, one informed by the views and experiences of those who live there. She carried out her research by bike. Cycling from Roscoff to Geneva, Rome to Athens, Belfast to Dublin (with another tour planned for Germany in November this year) interviewing and photographing the people and places she encountered. The exhibited photographs are of the landscapes she has passed through. The accompanying words describe her ongoing journey towards a greater understanding of Europe and what it means to be European. You can find out more at Outsider.
The evening will feature a discussion between Hannah and Richard McMahon, and refreshments will be provided.
Hannah White is a researcher and writer and holds a PhD in social policy from the University of Bristol. She lives with her family in London.
Richard McMahon lectures on EU politics at University College London. He has previously worked as a Brussels-based journalist of EU affairs and taught politics, history and European Studies in Ireland, the UK and Germany. His research concentrates on the ways that people think about Europe and how this affects its politics. He also works on connections between race and nationalism.
Please note that while this event is free to attend, space is limited so please RSVP via Billetto if you'd like to join us.