Mary E. Johnson Lecture on Social Justice and Human Rights: Stealth Histories of Prison Pacification

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“Stealth Histories of Prison Pacification” by Orisanmi Burton, Assistant Professor Department of Anthropology, American University.

Burton's research explores the collision of Black-led movements for social, political, and economic transformation with state infrastructures of militarized policing, surveillance, and imprisonment. He is currently completing his first book manuscript,  “The Tip of the Spear:  Revolutionary Organizing and Prison Pacification in the Empire State”, which analyzes the prison as a domain of domestic warfare.

This lecture is made possible by the Mary Elizabeth Johnson Lecture Fund, established by Gloria Johnson-Powell '58 in memory of her mother.  The fund supports lectures on topics of social justice and human rights.

Thursday, March 12 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Mary Woolley Hall, New York Room

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Event Topic

Academic, Social Justice

Event Audience

Students, General Public

Group
Anthropology
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