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Violence, Imagination, and Resistance

Socio-Legal Interrogations of Power

A survey of legal discourse and ways to resist its disciplining power.
Violence, Imagination, and Resistance examines the concrete mechanisms by which the law represses, disciplines, and punishes members of society. In so doing, contributors reveal ways to deconstruct the law’s power, to expose its violence, and to identify avenues for resistance with transformative potential. These essays contribute to efforts to resist settler colonialism, racism, and violence in Canada.

204 pages | 6 x 9

Law and Legal Studies: General Legal Studies

Sociology: Race, Ethnic, and Minority Relations

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