Author Archives: Allyson Hawkins

How might gender roles affect whether you engage, or hold back from, corruption?

In this post from CDA Collaborative, Kiely Barnard-Webster (F’15) explains two key takeaways for practitioners from CDA’s recent field visit to the DRC: (1) If an anti-corruption program threatens a gender group’s privileged status, this must be taken into account in the program design … Continue reading

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Precarity, Grievability, Speech, and Assembly: Reflections on Judith Butler’s Visit to Tufts

On April 3rd, 2017, Judith Butler, Maxine Elliot Professor of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature from UC Berkeley visited Tufts to deliver a lecture entitled “The Politics of Human Rights.” This lecture considered the operations of human rights in critical language … Continue reading

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