Watch Judith Butler’s keynote address “Grievability and Resistance” and the “Borders and the Politics of Mourning” panel

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (ZIMM) is honored to having hosted the launch event of “Borders and the Politics of Mourning” a special issue published by Social Research: An International Quarterly (Summer 2016), with a keynote address entitled “Grivability and Resistance” by Judith Butler. Part of Institute’s 2016-2017 Lecture Series, the panel discussion features authors Maurizio Albahari, Alexandra Délano, Jenny Edkins, Burkhard Liebsch, and Benjamin Nienass, followed by comments from Banu Bargu and Anne McNevin. The keynote address and the panel are now available online. Watch it!

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