HIS324H1: The Criminalization of Protest in Latin American History


The criminalization of protest is generally understood in terms of policing, and the use of legal measures, including states of exception, to quell dissent. Criminalization can also refer to the stigmatization of individuals, groups, and communities by the state, and the marginalization of working class or racialized groups. This course invites students to study lived experiences of criminalization in Latin American history.

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