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SELA 2010

SELA 2010
June 10 - 13, 2010
Santiago, Chile

Insecurity, Democracy, and Law

Program:

Panel 1:The Limits of Criminal Law

Mariana Pargendler & Diego Arguelhes - Collateral Costs of Violence: How Insecurity is Shaping
Legal Institutions in Brazil

English /Portuguese / Spanish

Roberto Gargarella- Penal Coercion in Contexts of Unjust Inequality
Spanish / English

Juan G. Bertomeu- Democracy + Guarantees
Spanish / English

Mateo Taussig- Pirate Trials, the ICC, and Mob Justice: Forms of Sovereignty in Kenya
English / Spanish

Comments by Daniel Markovits

Panel 2:Equality and Punishment

Gabriel Bouzat- Inequality, Crime, and Security in Argentina
Spanish / English

Lourdes Peroni- Security and Inequality: Unprotected and Targeted?
Spanish / English

Ezequiel Nino- Crime, Poverty, and Inequity in Latin America: Different Sides of the Same Coin
Spanish / English

Comments by Noah Novogrodsky

Panel 3:Imprisonment

Ana Paula de Barcellos- Urban Violence, Prison Conditions, and Human Dignity
English / Spanish

Leonardo Filippini- Imprisonment and Criminal Discourse
Spanish / English

Owen Fiss- Imprisonment without Trial
English / Spanish

Comments by Marco Abarca and Mario Ramos-Reyes

Panel 4:Institutional Structures

Mariana Mota Prado- A Tragedy of Privates: Private Security Services in Latin America
English / Spanish

Raúl Mejía- The Use of the Military as Police in Mexico
Spanish / English

Pedro Salazar Ugarte- Redefining Security and Reexamining Policy to Identify the Causes of
Insecurity in Mexico

Spanish / English

Comments by Rodrigo Correa

Panel 5:Security and the Nation-State

WilliamVázquez-Irizarry- Exception and Necessity: The Possibility of a General Theory
of Emergency
Spanish / English

PabloLarrañaga- A "Welfarist" Approach to the Constitutional Analysis of Security Policies
Spanish / English

Paul Kahn - Criminal and Enemy in the Political Imagination
English / Spanish

Comments by Antonio Barreto