Nov 112013
 
Schedule and Location: Tuesday, May 27 9:00am-10:30am Vallee-400

Primary Session Category: Race and Ethnicity
Session Code: REth1-A
Session Format: Regular (Presentations and Discussion)

Session Description: This session explores the role of structural and everyday violence in managing and naturalizing geographical, ideological and identity borders in the context of colonialisms, imperialisms and neoliberalisms. Of particular interest are papers that complicate the targeted/random, stranger/interpersonal, public/private, collective/individual, everyday/structural, gendered violence/racial violence and local/global dichotomies that categorize legal and public framings of violence. Papers can be situated within a variety of historical and contemporary contexts. Topics may include racialized sexual violence, the war on terrorism, institutionalization and incarceration of marginalized groups, and structural violence targeting Indigenous peoples.

Session Organizer: Hijin Park, Brock University, Sociology, hpark2@brocku.ca

Chair: Hijin Park

Presenters:

1.     Emily Lindsay Jackson  

Rejecting Resilience in Violence Against Women (VAW) Debates

2.     Lauren Montgomery   

 The Rise of the Far-Right in Russia

3.     Natalie Azzi  

Peacekeeping: A tool of masculine force and military influences

4.     Amanda Watson, Corinne Mason  

Transnational gendered violence: Racial politics of raunch in SlutWalk organizing

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