Panel V - Impacts of Border Violence





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Published on Oct 13, 2010

Rule of Law Conference, Emory University School of Law
Panel V -- Moderator: Margaret Dorsey, University of Texas Pan Americana
"Depoliticizing the Security Machine: Social and Cultural Impacts of Border Violence"
Miguel Diaz-Barriga, University of Texas Pan Americana
"Necro-Citizenship Enacted: Border Violence in Mexico and the United States"
Lilian Paola Ovalle, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California
"Abject images and invisible victims. Visual narratives of violence"
Jenny Karubian, Emory University
"Femicide Under the Eclipse of Narcoconflict in Ciudad Juarez: Examining the Relationship Between Gender Violence and the Question of the Failed State"
Gilberto Rosas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"In/Securing Migrant Lives and Thickening Delinquency at the New Frontier"
Rocío Magaña, Rutgers University
"The body as public evidence: The doing and undoing of violence and authority at the margins of the Mexican state"

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