Abolitionist Broken Windows and the Violence of Power Relations

  • Ren-yo Hwang Mount Holyoke College

Author Biography

Ren-yo Hwang, Mount Holyoke College

Ren-yo Hwang is Assistant Professor of Gender Studies and Critical Social Thought at Mount Holyoke College. They specialize in queer- and transgender-of-color critique, feminist-of-color anti-violence initiatives and genealogies, abolition, transformative justice, and community accountability. Hwang’s essays have appeared in such venues as Transgender Studies Quarterly and Critical Ethnic Studies Journal.

References

Ben-Moshe, Liat, “The Tension between Abolition and Reform,” in The End of Prisons: Reflections from the Decarceration Movement, ed. Mechthild E. Nagel and Anthony J. Nocella II. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2013.

Foucault, Michel, “Sur les prisons,” J’accuse 3 (1971), 26.

Kelling, G. L., and J. Q. Wilson, “Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety,” The Atlantic 249 (1982), 29-38.

Meienber, Niklaus, “Die gross Einsperrung” in Tages Anzeiger Magazin 12 (1972).

Moten, Fred, and Stefano Harney, “The University and the Undercommons: Seven Theses,” Social Text 22:2 (2004), 101–115.

Thompson, Kevin and Perry Zurn, ed., Intolerable: Writings from Michel Foucault and the Prisons Information Group, 1970–1980, trans. Perry Zurn and Erik Beranek. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021.

Published
2021-12-12
How to Cite
Hwang, R.- yo. (2021). Abolitionist Broken Windows and the Violence of Power Relations. Foucault Studies, (31), 89-93. https://doi.org/10.22439/fs.vi31.6462
Section
Symposium: Intolerable