Urban Infrastructures of Violence Thursday, May 28th Z-Panel | 3:00PM EDT

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Amy Chazkel
Jonathan Metzl

Abstract

This event will take place as a public Zoom panel starting at 3:00 pm EDT. Please REGISTER HERE in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 


Amy Chazkel, "For the Love of the Public": Urban Community and a Stay-at-Home Order in Nineteenth-Century Brazil


Jonathan Metzl, Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America's Heartland


From guns to night-time lighting, this panel turns to the effect that infrastructures of policing and violence have on the shape of the polis and, in the context of the Americas, on the racial ideologies that define it. Speakers will examine how urban space and its supposed rural other engender forms of what we might call “anti-care," including violence,  in the contexts of 19th-century Brazil and contemporary United States.


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How to Cite
Chazkel, A., & Metzl, J. (2020). Urban Infrastructures of Violence: Thursday, May 28th Z-Panel | 3:00PM EDT. Care for the Polis. Retrieved from https://journals.library.columbia.edu/index.php/careforpolis/article/view/5687