Thursday, July 16, 2020

Special Issue: Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination

The Radical History Review has a new special issue out on Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination. All articles are available for download free.
Here's the Table of Contents for vol.2020, issue 137:
  • Amy Chazkel, Monica Kim, A. Naomi Paik Editors' Introduction: Worlds without Police 
  • Tom Lambert Public Order and State Violence: A View from Tenth-Century England
  • Luke A. Fidler The Coercive Function of Early Medieval English Art
  • Gagan Preet Singh Property's Guardian, People's Terror: Police Avoidance in Colonial North India
  • Alex Winder Anticolonial Uprising and Communal Justice in Twentieth-Century Palestine
  • Toby Beauchamp Beyond the 'Pine Pig': Reimagining Protection through the US National Park Ranger
  • A. J. Yumi Lee Repairing Police Action after the Korean War in Toni Morrison's Home
  • Michael De Anda Muniz, Janae Bonsu, Lydia Dana, Sangeetha Ravichandran, Haley Volpintesta, From Graduate Practicum to Activist Research Collective: A Roundtable with Members of the Policing in Chicago Research Group and Our Community Partners
  • Andreia Beatriz Silva dos Santos, Fabio Nascimento-Mandingo, Amy Chazkel React or Be Killed: The History of Policing and the Struggle against Anti-Black Violence in Salvador, Brazil
  • Micol Seigel Places without Police: Brazilian Visions
  • Samuel Fury Childs Daly Policing and the Limits of the Political Imagination in Postcolonial Nigeria
  • Cho-kiu Li, Kin-long Tong, "We Are Safer without the Police": Hong Kong Protesters Building a Community for Safety
  • Project NIA, Monica Kim, Rossen Djagalov, Restorative Posters: Representing Justice Visually
More information is available here.

--posted by Mitra Sharafi