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Color violence, deadly geographies, and meanings of race ...

Date:
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location:
Social Science Centre (SSC)
Room: 6210
Cost:
Free
Dr. Luisa Schwartzman,

"Color violence, deadly geographies, and the meanings of “race” in Brazil"

February 14
4:00 pm
SSC 6210

Dr. Luisa Schwartzman
Sociology, University of Toronto Mississauga

Triangulating three measures of "race" — self-identified “census race,” interviewer-identified skin color, and racial composition of the municipality — in conjunction with measures of class, gender and space, Luisa Schwartzman's research illuminates how racialization and "groupness" are implicated in the reproduction of violence. Dr. Schwartzman uses nationally representative survey data from Brazil to examine how “race” relates to violent victimization, and to people’s support for violent practices of social control.

Co-Sponsored by Centre for Research on Migration and Ethnic Relations and Department of Sociology

Host:
Department of Sociology
Contact:
Department of Sociology
socevent@uwo.ca
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