The Right to Maim: A Symposium — The Disorder Of Things

Alison Howell is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University – Newark, where she is also affiliated to Women’s and Gender Studies, the Division of Global Affairs, and Global Urban Studies. Her research examines the global politics of science and technology, especially as it relates to the uses and abuses of medicine in war […] … More The Right to Maim: A Symposium — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Anarchy, Security, Hierarchy: Reading IR with Jasbir Puar (Sankaran Krishna) — The Disorder Of Things

The first post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim is by Sankaran Krishna who teaches politics at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. His latest essay (“Manhunt Presidency: Obama, Race and the Third World”) will be published in the journal Third World Quarterly in 2019. Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim: […] … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Anarchy, Security, Hierarchy: Reading IR with Jasbir Puar (Sankaran Krishna) — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Spectrums of Debility and Resistance (Isis Nusair) — The Disorder Of Things

The second post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s Right to Maim is by Isis Nusair, who is Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and International Studies at Denison University. She is the co-editor with Rhoda Kanaaneh of Displaced at Home: Ethnicity and Gender among Palestinians in Israel, and translator of Ramy Al-Asheq’s book … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Spectrums of Debility and Resistance (Isis Nusair) — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — The right to maim: the interstitial existence between biopolitics and necropolitics (Nivi Manchanda) — The Disorder Of Things

This is the third post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim, by TDOT’s very own Nivi. Previous posts in the symposium can be found here. I came to Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim: Debility| Capacity| Disability just as I was wrapping my head around Afro-pessimism, and specifically the claim by … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — The right to maim: the interstitial existence between biopolitics and necropolitics (Nivi Manchanda) — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Settler Colonial Sovereignty: Some implications of Jasbir Puar’s conception of the sovereign right to maim (Darcy Leigh & Cynthia Weber) — The Disorder Of Things

The fourth contribution to our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim comes from Darcy Leigh and Cynthia Weber. Dr Darcy Leigh currently teaches decolonial and queer legal perspectives, as well as interdisciplinary ‘widening access’ programming, at the University of Sussex Law School. She has previously been a Teaching Fellow and/or Research Assistant at … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Settler Colonial Sovereignty: Some implications of Jasbir Puar’s conception of the sovereign right to maim (Darcy Leigh & Cynthia Weber) — The Disorder Of Things

Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Maiming, debility and the proliferation of the ‘pariah’ (Rahul Rao) — The Disorder Of Things

TDOT’s Rahul delivers the fifth post in our symposium on Jasbir Puar’s The Right to Maim. Previous posts in the symposium can be found here. Over the past few months, I have been intrigued by media reports of the imminent arrival of something called ‘Day Zero’ in the city of Cape Town. The term refers … More Symposium on Jasbir K. Puar’s The Right to Maim — Maiming, debility and the proliferation of the ‘pariah’ (Rahul Rao) — The Disorder Of Things

The Right to Maim: A Reply from Jasbir K. Puar — The Disorder Of Things

In the concluding post in our symposium on The Right to Maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability, a reply from Jasbir K. Puar who is Professor and Graduate Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. The Right to Maim received the Alison Pipemeier best book award in feminist disability studies from the National Women’s Studies … More The Right to Maim: A Reply from Jasbir K. Puar — The Disorder Of Things