'Identity Politics' and Property in the Trump/Brexit Era
AbstractThis comment piece in the Feminist Perspectives on Brexit series argues that the Trump and Brexit campaigns need to be understood by reference to the interconnections between identity - specifically white identity - and property in the national spaces of the US and the UK. It was originally given as a paper to the Feminists @ Law: Revisiting Identity Symposium, UTS, Sydney, 2-3 November 2017.
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