Susana Draper

Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University

Building memory in wounded spaces: collective struggles by women prisoners in Latin America.

Susana Draper is associate professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton University. She is author of Afterlives of confinement. Spatial transitions in post-dictatorship Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012) and Constellations of 1968 Mexico: experiments on freedom and democracy (under contract with Duke University Press). She is currently working on a book–length project on women philosopher-activists reflecting on care and prison abolition.

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