Judith Butler: When Killing Women Isn’t a Crime | NYT

July 10, 2019 — Studies, Analyses, Reports

In this fantastic interview, Judith Butler reminds us that violence against women, in its many forms, is a global tragedy. Butler is known for her decades of work in philosophy, feminism and activism worldwide. A professor in the department of comparative literature and the program of critical theory at the University of California, Berkeley, she is the author of numerous influential books, including “Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly” and the forthcoming book, “The Force of Non-Violence.” The interview was conducted by George Yancy,  professor of philosophy at Emory University. 

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