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Announcing the 2018-2020 Social Justice Institute Cohort

BCRW is thrilled to welcome the 2018-2020 Social Justice Institute cohort, with Artist-in-Residence La Vaughn Belle, Researcher-in-Residence Mariame Kaba, Activist-in-Residence CeCe McDonald, and returning Researcher-in-Residence Andrea J. Ritchie.

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“The fake road, its cruel deception, is what we have to abandon”: Normalizing the In/Security State: Police and Prisons

Featuring Jordan Camp, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Christina Heatherton, and Mariame Kaba, moderated by Tina Campt at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

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Simone Browne: Keynote at Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence

Keynote lecture at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

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S&F Online

Feminist and Queer Afro/Asian Formations

This issue of Scholar and Feminist Online, “Feminist and Queer Afro-Asian Formations,” edited by Vanita Reddy and Anantha Sudhakar, marks a key intervention into Afro-Asian studies, one that insists upon centering a feminist and queer framework.

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S&F Online

Thinking Queer Activism Transnationally

Edited by Gema Pérez-Sánchez and Brenna Munro, this issue theorizes and engages with queer activism across national boundaries and between the Global North and Global South.

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Events

Featured Publications

September 19, 2017

The Crisis of Criminalization: A Call for a Comprehensive Philanthropic Response

This report calls for immediate, concerted, comprehensive, sustained, cross-sector, collaborative philanthropic response to the growing crisis of criminalization, and outlines strategies to more effectively tackle criminalization and mass incarceration, to stop the spread of surveillance and punishment, and to meet the challenges of the current political climate.

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Fall 2015

Digital Shange

The Digital Shange Project uses the works of Barnard alumna Ntozake Shange (BC ’70) and her recently donated archive to offer students a broader understanding of African diaspora, women’s history and feminist politics; an integrated study of the performing arts; and the potential for personal transformation.

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Featured Videos

Recorded Feb 17, 2018
Tags: biology, eugenics, policing, policing biology, race science, racism, Scholar and Feminist Conference, surveillance

“its known and unknown powers / to bind and dissociate”: Forensic Surveillance and the Policing of Biology

Featuring Shoshana Magnet, Cara Page, Rori Rohlfs, and Harriet Washington, moderated by Anthony Ureña at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

Recorded Feb 16, 2018
Tags: anti-militarism, anti-war, militarism, militarized police, palestine, Palestine solidarity, policing, Scholar and Feminist Conference, surveillance, trans, trans liberation, war

“they said in the name of self-defense”: Technologies of Surveillance and the Selling of the In/Security State

Featuring Rabab Abdulhadi, Dylan Rodríguez, Nandita Sharma, and Dean Spade, moderated by Craig Willse, at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

Recorded Feb 17, 2018
Tags: Dark Matters, Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness, Scholar and Feminist Conference, Simone Browne, surveillance

Simone Browne: Keynote at Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence

Keynote lecture at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

Recorded Feb 17, 2018
Tags: militarism, militarized police, normalization, Police Violence, Scholar and Feminist Conference, state violence, surveillance

“in this time of siege for me and mine, mi raza”: Normalizing the In/Security State: Police and Prisons

Featuring Rachel Ida Buff, Inderpal Grewal, Arun Kundnani, and Marlene Nava Ramos, moderated by Manu Vimalassery at the 43rd Annual Scholar & Feminist Conference, "Subverting Surveillance: Strategies to End State Violence."

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