Andy Clarno Lecture: “Counter/Surveillance: Policing and Resistance in Chicago”

Date / Time

October 20, 2020

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


2020-2021 Institute for the Humanities Faculty Fellow Lecture

Andy Clarno, Departments of Sociology and Black Studies

“Counter/Surveillance: Policing and Resistance in Chicago”

Andy Clarno is Associate Professor of Sociology and African American Studies and coordinator of the Policing in Chicago Research Group at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research examines racism, capitalism, colonialism, and empire in the early 21 st century, with a focus on the relationship between marginalization and securitization. Andy teaches courses on globalization, race and ethnicity, policing, and urban sociology. Andy’s book, Neoliberal Apartheid (University of Chicago Press 2017), analyzes political, economic, and social transformation in South Africa and Palestine/Israel since 1994.

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