Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination

An issue of: Radical History Review

Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination
Journal Issue Pages: 232 Volume 20, Number 2 Number: 137 Published: May 2020 An issue of Radical History Review
Special Issue Editor(s): Amy Chazkel, Monica Kim, Naomi Paik
This special issue helps us imagine a world without police by examining historical cases in which people resolved social problems and maintained social peace through means other than relying on formal institutions of law enforcement. Contributors consider what new relationships and ways of dealing with violence and harm might emerge when we focus our gaze on those specific historical moments when people chose to carve out communal relations that operated beyond the policing function of the state.

Contributors: Rodrigo Anzures-Oyorzabal, Toby Beauchamp, Janaé Bonsu, Rosi Carrasco, Tania Unzueta Carrasco, Amy Chazkel, Andy Clarno, Lydia Dana, Luke A. Fidler, Monica Kim, Tom Lambert, A. J. Yumi Lee, Michael De Anda Muñiz, A. Naomi Paik, Sangeetha Ravichandran, Gagan Preet Singh, Haley Volpintesta, Rey Wences, Alex Winder


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