Carolyn Pinedo-Turnovsky contributes to session, “What documents constrain, narrate, or liberate subject hood?” as part of the Bugs and Beasts Before the Law Colloquium organized by the Henry Art Gallery. Bugs and Beasts Before the Law imagines and explores possibilities for survival and liberation for those whose protections are limited or whose personhood is compromised, oppressed, or threatened within sociolegal systems. The colloquium is organized by Nina Bozicnik (Curator, Henry Art Gallery), Mita Mahato (Associate Curator of Public and Youth Programs, Henry Art Gallery), and Carolyn Pinedo-Turnovsky (UW Seattle).
Invited contributors to this panel also include Nicole Fleetwood (Rutgers University), Dan Berger (UW Bothell), Dan Paz (UW Seattle) ad Alec Fisher (UW Seattle). The session recording and written contributions by each panelist can be found here: https://bambitchell.henryart.org/what-documents-constrain-narrate-or-liberate-subjecthood/