American Indian Studies Program
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In this talk, Prof. Metzl addresses how the automatic assumption that white shooters are isolated, deranged individuals conveys the subtle message that whiteness in general, and white masculinity specifically, is not connected to any larger cultures, networks or ideologies that might foment violence.
The 2018 Unit for Criticism Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series presents a lecture by Helga Varden (philosophy) on "Sexual Violence."
Aimee Carbaugh & Jeannie Larmon, Doctoral Candidates, Department of Anthropology
Iyko Day makes the case for the importance of analyzing settler colonial racial capitalism from the standpoint of value, and how this differs from examining racial capitalism primarily as a system of labor exploitation.