Lisle, Debbie

Debbie Lisle is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy at the Queen's University Belfast. Her work draws from International Relations, Political Theory, Cultural Studies and Tourism Studies. She writes on travel, tourism, global politics, museums, film, travel writing and cultural encounter 

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  • Articles
    In the summer of 1944, American Sergeant Paul Dorsey was hired by the Naval Aviation Photography Unit (NAPU) to capture “the Marines’ bitter struggle against their determined foe” in the Pacific islands (Philips 43). Dorsey had been a photographer and photojournalist before enlisting in the Marines, and was thus well placed to fulfil the NAPU’s remit of creating positive...Read more