Marisol LeBrón is an Assistant Professor in the Department of American Studies at Dickinson College. An interdisciplinary scholar working across American Studies and Latinx Studies, her research and teaching focus on social inequality, policing, violence, and protest movements in Puerto Rico and U.S. communities of color. She is currently at work on her first book, Policing Life and Death: Race, Violence, and Resistance in Puerto Rico, which examines the growth of punitive governance in contemporary Puerto Rico.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE MAGAZINE:
“Resisting Debt And Colonial Disaster In Post-Maria Puerto Rico” (guest column), in The Funambulist 16 Proletarian Fortresses (Mar-Apr 2018)