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Racial and Intersectional Critiques of National Security Law

March 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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One event on March 2, 2021 at 2:00 pm

One event on March 3, 2021 at 12:00 pm

One event on March 4, 2021 at 12:00 pm

One event on March 5, 2021 at 12:30 pm

Harvard National Security Journal & Lieber Institute at West Point Present:
Racial and Intersectional Critiques of National Security Law

Register here: https://forms.gle/gccA78PAyy77t7b56
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Monday, March 1 at 12 Noon:
Gender, World Peace, Armed Conflict, and UNSCR 1325: Where Were We?, Where Are We?, and Where Do We Go from Here?
-Professor Eric Jensen (Moderator), Professor of Law at Brigham Young University Law School
-Professor Fionnulana Ní Aoláin, Regents Professor and Robina Professor of Law, Public Policy & Society at the University of Minnesota Law School
-Elizabeth Griffiths, Post Graduate Student, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland
-Dr. Natalia F. Hudson, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Dayton
-Major Heather Tregle, U.S. Army JAG Corps, Professor of Law, U.S. Naval War College
-Captain Sara Jarman, Captain, U.S. Army JAG
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Tuesday, March 2 at 2pm:
Watching Immigrants
-Professor Alvaro Bedoya, Visiting Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

NSEERS, the New York Police Department’s Demographics Unit, and the precursor to the NSA call records program. These systems, arguably among the 21st century’s largest and most controversial surveillance programs, have something else in common: They were built and deployed to watch immigrants. Indeed, with ICE and CBP agents outnumbering DOJ, DEA, and ATF officers, it can be fairly said that our federal, post-9/11 security state is premised on the idea that immigrants are dangerous. Who gained from this idea? Who lost? And where has this idea left us twenty years after September 11, and mere months after the insurrection of January 6? In this lecture, Alvaro Bedoya, founding director of the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law, will probe these questions and offer a different vision for the future of 21st century national security.
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Wednesday, March 3 at 12 Noon:
Recentering Race, Revisiting National Security
-Professor Shirin Sinnar, Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
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Thursday, March 4 at 12 Noon:
Race, National Security, and Immigration Law: A Historical Perspective
-Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales, I. Herman Stern Research Professor, Temple Law School
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Friday, March 5 at 12:30pm:
An Address on International Law and Race
-Professor Asli Ü Bâli, Professor of Law, UCLA Law School

Details

Date:
March 4
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Department:
Student Orgs Events

Venue

Zoom

Organizer

Harvard National Security Journal
Email:
hlsnsj@gmail.com