Vol. 8.2 (Sep. 2015)

 

New Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Feminicide at the U.S.-Mexico Border

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Laura Gillman,Virginia Tech & Tobias Jochum, Free University Berlin:
Introduction: New Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Feminicide at the U.S.-Mexico Border
Steven S. Volk, Oberlin College:
The Historiography of Feminicide in Ciudad Juárez: Critical and Revisionist Approaches
Julia E. Monárrez Fragoso, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte Ciudad Juárez, México :
El destino de la humanidad en tiempos inhumanos
Cynthia Bejarano, New Mexico State University:
(Re)Living Femicide through Social Control: The Regulation of Life and Bodies through Fear and (In)Formal Social Control
Tobias Jochum, Free University Berlin:
„The Weight of Words, the Shock of Photos“: Poetic Testimony and Elliptical Imagery in Sergio González Rodríguez‘ The Femicide Machine
Aishih Wehbe-Herrera, Independent Scholar:
„A New Landscape of the Possible“: 400 Women, Politics of Representation and Human Rights
Laura Gillman, Virginia Tech :
El destino de la humanidad en tiempos inhumanos
Alice Driver, Independent Researcher :
Risks, Challenges and Ethics of Representing Feminicide: A Comparative Analysis of Sergio González Rodríguez‘ Huesos en el desierto and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666
Edward Avila, Minnesota State University, Mankato :
The Maquila Complex: Reification, Disposability, and Resistance in Maquilapolis: City of Factories