Where in the World Are We? Elections, the Color Line, the Decline of Empire and Fireflies

  • Bernardine Dohrn
Keywords: Social Theory, Capitalism, Critical Theory, Cultural Studies, Critique, Digital Society, Sociology, Scholarly Journal, Peer reviewed journal, Ben Agger, Tim Luke

Author Biography

Bernardine Dohrn
Bernardine Dohrn, activist, academic and child advocate, is Director of the Children and Family Justice Center and Clinical Associate Professor of the Northwestern University School of Law, Bluhm Legal Clinic. She is an author and co-editor of two books: A Century of Juvenile Justice (2002) and Resisting Zero Tolerance: A Handbook For Parents, Teachers and Students (2001); and the author of "Homeland Imperialism: Fear and Resistance" in Pox Americana: Exposing the American Empire (2004), "Look Out Kid/It's Something You Did! Zero Tolerance for Children in The Public Assault on America's Children: Poverty, Violence, and Juvenile Injustice" (2000), and "All Ellas: Girls Locked Up in Feminist Legal Studies" (2004). She teaches and lectures on international law and human rights, the criminalization of youth, zero tolerance, the juvenile death penalty, family violence, and children's asylum/immigration claims.
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