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Denaturalizing the Law: Sexual Violence, Race and the Land in Native American Crime Fiction's Negotiation of Justice and the Law

Author Cécile Heim
Director of thesis Agnieszka Soltysik-Monnet
Co-director of thesis Valérie Cossy
Summary of thesis This project aims at exploring how the adaptations and subversions of crime fiction by Native American authors create a cultural, social and political discourse on notions of justice and the American legal system in the face of historical ans systemic violence, with a special focus on gender-based and sexual violence.
Status on-going
Administrative delay for the defence
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