Saturday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Thornton Salon A (11th Flooor)

Session 174
Death, Data, and Racialized Medical Violence

Chair: Heidi C Nicholls, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: Alexandre White, Johns Hopkins University

1. 'From the Burying Ground down Town': Grave-Robbing, Reinterment, and Other Postmortem Movement in Turn-of-the-Century PhiladelphiaJessica Leigh Hester, Johns Hopkins University.

2. Sustaining Debility and Death: Slow Violence, Cervical Cancer, and Multi-Racial Freedom Struggles in Apartheid South Africa, 1982-1994Vincenza Mazzeo, Johns Hopkins University.

3. The Spectral Defect, Starring Venus: Scene, Take, Roll, CutPyar Seth, Johns Hopkins University.

4. Skin Deep: The Construction of Race and Skin Color in DermatologyDurgesh Solanki, Johns Hopkins University.

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