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Posts by: Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller

Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller is Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa where he teaches sociolegal theory. He is co-editor of a book series, Global and Insurgent Legalities at Duke University Press, and former co-editor of The Law & Society Review. He is currently writing a book on the legal and political significance of night.

Prison and Place: Carceral Reform and Indigenous Dispossession in Hawai‘i

by Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller • 16 May 16
Posted in: Reflections on Dispossession: Critical Feminisms [14] | Article