CJS 399: Black Feminist Hauntology

Prereq: Upper-division standing

Assesses the racializing and heteropatriarchal pathways upon which contemporary colonizing societies manifest and enforce criminal legal systems of power. Students will read Black Feminist writings that articulate and locate how time, life, death and the afterlife have been colonized by historic carceral institutions of power, primarily chattel slavery and European colonialism as they extend within criminal, legal and carceral institutions.

2022 Fall
11515 01B Seminar 24 3.00
Days Start End Location
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 12:30 PM EDT 1:45 PM EDT Liberal Arts 119
Instructor: Viviane Saleh-Hanna Class status:
Prereq: Upper-division standing
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: Blended