The sombre mood within the globe, following measures to curtail the further spread of the deadly new coronavirus codenamed COVID-19, was interrupted by the enduring menace of police brutality; again stirring the world’s consciousness to the challenge of social inequality even if everyone remained vulnerable to infection by the virus.
I recommend taking a look at the work of Alexandra Minna Stern, who studies reproductive justice and the eugenics-based sterilization policies in the United States. For a contemporary angle, Stern has made a case for reparations to those still living, especially for Latina women in California.
Hi Justin -
I recently published a book on Darwinism in the Galapagos that deals with social justice and conservation: On the Backs of Tortoises: Darwin, the Galapagos, and the Fate of an Evolutionary Eden (Yale UP 2019).
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Books are between 30,000 and 50,000 words, fully refereed, published in print and electronic formats and internationally distributed by Routledge.
Noticed this was not not cross-posted but the work will appeal to scholars of women, gender, and intersectionality. https://networks.h-net.org/node/8585/reviews/5455715/tabor-ryan-everyday-crimes-social-violence-and-civil-rights-colonial