Ramon K. Lee

Ramon K. Lee is a liberationist anthropologist and writer, studying liberation discourse and activism, specifically the processes of power in social movements. His latest work focuses on the impact of mental and public health issues on processes. He is currently a professor at Spelman College, located in Atlanta, GA, in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology

The Subtle Death Not So Civil: A Brief Ethnological Address to Cultural Genocide in the U.S.

Achille Mbembe (2003) affords us the beautiful construction of necropolitics, a term meant to describe the power to decide who lives and dies. I offer an expansion of the term to suggest that the term also represents the power to decide how death comes and to what degrees or in what ways it shifts, reflects, …

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