Juanita Sundberg: Boundary making and the logics of violence in the United States-Mexico borderlands
Mon, January 27, 2014 • 12:00 PM • SAC 5.118
"Boundary making and the logics of violence in the United States-Mexico borderlands"
A talk by Juanita Sundberg, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia
Juanita Sundberg is Associate Professor of Geography and Latin American Studies at the University of British Columbia. Her on-going research, funded by the Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council, is a collaborative bi-national project analyzing how militarized approaches to border governance and territorial control impact everyday life for residents of the United States and Mexico borderlands. Currently, Dr. Sundberg is working on a book manuscript tentatively titled Cat Fights on the Río & Diabolic Caminos in the Desert: the nature of geopolitics in the United States-Mexico borderlands.
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