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“Un Violador en tu camino”- A Global Feminist Anthem: How the feminist movement in Latin America and notably Chile evolved to facilitate the rise of digital and performance activism in the face of ongoing inequality and women’s rights issues
“Un Violador en tu camino”- A Global Feminist Anthem: How the feminist movement in Latin America and notably Chile evolved to facilitate the rise of digital and performance activism in the face of ongoing inequality and women’s rights issuesDownload
The feminist movement emerged as a unified movement in Latin America in the 1960’s and 1970’s amidst ongoing political protests. The collaboration of feminist scholars and grass-roots leaders created a bridge to meet the needs of a diverse group of women, raise their consciousness, and educate...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2019: If the #MeToo Movement has drawn wide attention to the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, then it has also brought notice to the facts that most victims of sexual assault know their attackers, that most rapes go unreported, that we live in a rape...
“If he is in Brazil we need to hear him speak Portuguese”: Exploring Indigenous Peoples Lack of Access to Court Interpreters in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul
“If he is in Brazil we need to hear him speak Portuguese”: Exploring Indigenous Peoples Lack of Access to Court Interpreters in the State of Mato Grosso do SulDownload
Although Brazil has an extensive body of legislation which in theory protects Indigenous linguistic rights, including access to interpreters during legal proceedings, Brazilian courts seem unwilling to allow for Indigenous languages to be spoken alongside Portuguese (the official language) within...
Submitted on April 13, 2012 in fulfillment of the degree of BA Combined Honours German & Anthropology; Supervisors: Dr. Jennifer Dailey-O’Cain (German) and Dr. Marko Zivkovic (Anthropology)
This article employs poststructuralism to deconstruct the bodies of athletes of colour, which are viewed as genealogical representations of power that have their roots in eighteenth and nineteenth century bio-racist discourses. The central premise of this article is that overtime, the body of the...
This thesis examines how the Hebrew word רוח is used in Ezekiel 37:1-14 and the Greek word πνευμα is used in John 3:1-21. Greek and Hebrew are two very different languages. Yet they often are paired together, since they are the two main languages used in the Christian Bible. They certainly have...
shimmy-shimmy-plop-plop is an exhibition longing for bodies free from disease and uncertainty. As I immerse the viewer in milky fireworks, sprouted hair, creases, and moles, I create a visual language of the infected and in-between aspects of the body. By embracing fragmented and exaggerated...
On Being Without is an examination of trauma related to abandonment. I explore representations of the body by investigating interior and exterior space, questioning what happens when distressing memories are triggered by image, place and time. Normalization of trauma continues to be a major risk...