In an age of austerity and ascendant neoliberalism, how do former welfare states integrate minority populations and territories? The market is replacing the
democratic state as the entity responsible for determining inclusion and provisioning
rights - through what means does the state remain a coherent unit?
In this brave new world, how do states quell resistance from oppressed
groups? How do social movements resist?
What are the implications for violence and the human condition?
By looking at variables as diverse as radical, pro-secession, and independence movements, human trafficking, and incarceration, my work investigates the changing
character of the state and the citizen in a market-driven world.
Below, discussing the commodification of women's bodies, as seen through the lens of sex worker stereotypes, as a guest panelist of Huffington Post Live with Marc Lamont Hill
And here, discussing the causes of a move towards more socially liberal stances in the US electorate, as a guest panelist of Huffington Post Live with Alyona Minkovski
Natalie Delia Deckard
Emory University - Department of Sociology - Tarbutton Hall - Office 234 - 1555 Dickey Drive - Atlanta, GA