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Incarceration (Un)Interrupted: Reclaiming Bodies, Lands, and Communities: Dr. Stuart Schrader

Resource Guide for the 2019 International Round Table

Speaker: Dr. Stuart Schrader

Dr. Stuart Schrader, (Ph.D., American Studies) is a lecturer and sociologist at Johns Hopkins University and the author of the Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. He studies the intersections of racism, policing, and urbanization, examining security, counterinsurgency, and the entwinement of foreign and domestic policy. His work appears in The American QuarterlyBoston ReviewJournal of Urban HistoryHarvard Design Magazine, and NACLA Report on the Americas.

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