This thesis delves into a critical study of the contemporary anatomy of power, in which mediation processes are becoming central to policing practices, with a focus on two contexts: the fight against crime in urban areas, and the battle against “rural violence” or “terrorism” in the Mapuche indigenous territories in the south of Chile.
Podcast: Cynthia Young, “Race and Representation after 9/11”
Cynthia Young and Anamik Saha on media representations of African American men in the “war on terror,” from criminal to patriot, at war against a new enemy.
Teach-in On Media Response to Terrorist Attacks
The series of talks on the 9/11 terrorist attacks was sponsored in part by Comparative Media Studies.