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The Parahumanity of the YouTube Shooter

New to this Edition: Previously unpublished works reflect new contributions to the field New essays included to address environmental issues and climate change through intersectional and transnational lenses Critical readings selected to provide context and intersectional framing for recent historical developments New and updated pieces address the evolving fields of science and digital technology

Book Review Symposium – “Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical...

Hungry Translations: Relearning the World through Radical Vulnerability by Richa Nagar in Journeys with Sangtin Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan and Parakh Theatre – a symposium organised by Rupal Oza (Hunter College, CUNY), featuring reviews by Sarah Hunt (University of Victoria), Rupal, Minelle Mahtani (University of British Columbia) and Deepti Misri (University of Colorado Boulder), with a response from Richa Nagar (University of Minnesota).

Dalit Lives Matter!

12 October 2020, India Civil Watch International, an organization committed to upholding democratic rights in India, launched a petition condemning the horrific case of the rape and murder of a Dalit woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) by four dominant caste men, and the brutality of the Indian police state in its aftermath.

Statement for a Feminist Foreign Policy to Confront the Coronavirus Pandemic

In February, three organizations — MADRE, Women Cross DMZ, and Grassroots Global Justice Alliance — convened a group of 23 women and gender nonconforming people from across the United States in order to engage in a cross-movement dialogue on our collective work against militarism and war in order to examine, challenge, and reimagine US foreign policy.
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Cancelling COPS

Professor and chair of cultural studies and comparative literature and professor of communication studies Laurie Ouellette places the show COPS within a historical and cultural context of reality media that participates in racialized police violence.
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Q&A with Hamy Huynh

Even though her last semester at the U moved to distance learning, Hamy Huynh didn’t let it stop her from learning and growing. “I’m choosing to look on the bright side and have been using this pandemic as a reason to better myself mentally, physically, emotionally, and career-wise.”

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