Annika Kirbis is a Doctoral Research Fellow in the “Empires of Memory” Research Group and a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry at Utrecht University. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Organization at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, and the University of Pretoria, South Africa (2013), followed by her Master’s studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Vienna, Austria, and University of Maynooth, Ireland (2016). Her interdisciplinary research draws on critical heritage studies and memory studies, urban studies, environmental humanities, and post-humanism.
Carabelli, Giulia, Miloš Jovanović, Annika Kirbis and Jeremy F. Walton,
eds. (2020) Sharpening The Haze: Visual Essays on Imperial History and
Memory. London: Ubiquity Press.
Kirbis, A. (2020). Disrupting visual legacies of the ‘eternal enemy’. In J. F. Walton, G. Carabelli, M. Jovanović, & A. Kirbis (Eds.), Sharpening the haze: visual essays on imperial history and memory (pp. 59-72). London: Ubiquity Press. doi:10.5334/bcd.b.
Walton, J. F., Carabelli, G., Jovanović, M., & Kirbis, A. (2020). Introduction: Of images and empires. In J. F. Walton, G. Carabelli, M. Jovanović, & A. Kirbis (Eds.), Sharpening the haze: visual essays on imperial history and memory (pp. 13-23). London: Ubiquity Press.Kirbis, Annika. 2020. Off-Centring Empire in the Anthropocene: Towards Multispecies Intimacies and Nonhuman Agents of Survival. Cultural Studies. doi: 10.1080/09502386.2020.1780279.