(Re)Living Femicide through Social Control: The Regulation of Life and Bodies through Fear and (In)Formal Social Control

Cynthia Bejarano (New Mexico State University)

Weiterlesen (Re)Living Femicide through Social Control: The Regulation of Life and Bodies through Fear and (In)Formal Social Control

“The Weight of Words, the Shock of Photos”: Poetic Testimony and Elliptical Imagery in Sergio González Rodríguez’ The Femicide Machine

Tobias Jochum (Free University Berlin)

Weiterlesen “The Weight of Words, the Shock of Photos”: Poetic Testimony and Elliptical Imagery in Sergio González Rodríguez’ The Femicide Machine

Risks, Challenges and Ethics of Representing Feminicide: A Comparative Analysis of Sergio González Rodríguez’ Huesos en el desierto and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666

Alice Driver (Independent Researcher)

Weiterlesen Risks, Challenges and Ethics of Representing Feminicide: A Comparative Analysis of Sergio González Rodríguez’ Huesos en el desierto and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666