“Ties of Separation: Analogy, Resistance, and Generational Segregation in North America, Australia, and Israel/Palestine” (Tuesday, April 5, 2016)
The Center for the Study of Law & Culture at
Columbia Law School presents
The Spring 2016 Critical Race Theory Workshop Series
Critical Race Theories of the
Law and Politics of Intimate Association
“Ties of Separation: Analogy, Resistance, and Generational
Segregation in North America, Australia, and Israel/Palestine”
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Columbia Law School
Jerome Greene Annex
410 West 117th Street
New York, NY 10027
Professor Hedi Viterbo
SOAS, University of London
with comments by
Professor Kendall Thomas, Columbia Law School
The recent separation of Palestinian children from their adult counterparts in Israeli custody evinces parallels, in its effects and underlying justifications, with the removal of Indigenous children to boarding schools in the United States and Canada, as well as with Australia’s Aboriginal “stolen generations”. What are the potential and pitfalls of this and similar historical-geographical analogies? And what roles have such analogies already played in discourses surrounding these countries over the last two centuries?
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