1. Class 6: Remains and Forensics
  2. Class 6: Remains and Forensics
  3. El cuarto de huesos
  4. Forensics
  5. Remains that matter: politics of memory
  6. Las huellas
  7. Socially Engaged Art
  8. Remains of The Dead
  9. We still have so much to talk about…
  10. Art & forensics: an approach?
  11. Margolles: Reversal vs. Repair
  12. The Sacrifice of the Madres
  13. neoliberal death and the value of objects
  14. What do bodies say after death?
  15. The Last Chance?
  16. Tracing traces of the dead
  17. The Forensics of Necropolitics
  18. Power in the Blood
  19. From an Ethics of Forensics to an Ethics of Art: Gut Reactions
  20. Remains/Forensics/More defacement
  21. Remains/Forensics
  22. Representation in an era of necropolitics
  23. Defacement
  24. Poetics of the disaster: folding out the counter-machine
  25. Are you listening? Are you feeling?
  26. Marcha y Mitin Ayotzinapa
  27. The summons of the face
  28. Vivos Se Los Llevaron, Vivos Los Queremos‬
  29. To show or not to show
  30. I can’t hear you, I can’t see you: the Ayotzinapa caravan in San Cristóbal de las Casas
  31. « Nos Faltan 43 »
  32. object performance and the face
  33. Masked Faces of the Dead
  34. Called to Witness
  35. Ayotzi somos todos?
  36. Mexico Exists
  37. Balloons
  38. Photos: Ayotzinapa Demonstration in Plaza de la Resistencia
  39. San Cristobal de las Casas and the Disappeared Students
  40. The South-Southeastern Caravan arrived to San Cristóbal de Las Casas.
  41. Politicizing defacement vis-a-vis screaming
  42. The denouement we didn’t know we needed –
  43. Seeing and Violence
  44. Objectivity and Spectacle
  45. Class 4: Seeing and Violence
  46. The Violence in Seeing
  47. “Let the atrocious images haunt us”
  48. Fill your eyes with this horror!
  49. self-activating other
  50. Video and Verification
  51. Politics of the gaze
  52. Photography, Synecdoche
  53. Normalizing images?
  54. Toward a performative ethics of witnessing
  55. The ethics of photography, or OUR ethics of photography
  56. The Ethics of the “Gaze”
  57. Bearing Witness to Art: The Ethical Implications of Photography for Subject and Witness
  58. Morbid Still-lives
  59. Seeing the traces of violence
  60. Seeing
  61. On the Visual Witness
  62. Class 4: Seeing and Violence
  63. On recreating a definition
  64. Politics of The Body
  65. Class 3: Rights and Vulnerabilities
  66. Sightlessness
  67. Schizophrenia
  68. Zombies, Public Obituaries and the right to Being Someone
  69. The walking dead get up for their rights
  70. Legal Performances, Legal Personages
  71. Masks and Documentation
  72. Bodies of Exception and Vulnerability
  73. The Role of Rightlessness Pre-Border and Post-Death
  74. On the term “migrant”
  75. Rights and Vulnerabilities
  76. The Rightlessness of Children
  77. Migration and invisibility
  78. Day # 3 (Agamben and Human Stratification)
  79. on grievability
  80. An updated concept of the “rightless” persons
  81. Grief prosthetic
  82. Class 3: Rights and Vulnerabilities
  83. A new politic?
  84. Class 3: Rights and Vulnerabilities
  85. Nakai Reading Response
  86. Migrant commodity and digital resistances
  87. Migration
  88. Body Politics: Body Sovereignty and Migration
  89. Listening, Watching, Witnessing, Situating
  90. on Migration: Say less, learn more
  91. Border as a dispositive: technologies of power and subjectivity
  92. Body and migration
  93. Migration: Spectacle and Politics
  94. Freedom to stay, freedom to be placed
  95. Redefining Citizenship
  96. Timing performance in “deep” and “imaginary”
  97. Migration: solicited and unsolicited encounters
  98. Migration
  99. Politics of Migration