Joy James: Women and Political Imprisonment

On September 20, 2012, Joy James spoke on “Women and Political Imprisonment: From Rosa Parks to Ramona Afrika” as part of The Havens Center for the Study of Social Structure and Social Change’s event series and IJET’s Speakers and Trainers Series on “Race and Place: Movement, Space, Land, and Power.” Joy James is a Presidential Professor of the Humanities and a professor of Political Science at Williams College. Professor James is also the author of multiple books addressing feminist and critical race theory, democracy, and social justice. If you missed her lecture, the Havens Center has audio files of her two campus talks:

Also, below is a brief sample of James’ books that she has authored or edited:

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