Deathscapes

Case Studies

Deathscapes

While viewing some of the case studies you will occasionally come across this icon:

It takes you to our virtual courtyard garden, a place of brief respite from the painful stories told in the case studies.

After entering the courtyard you can also leave a message on our wall.

 

Go to project key terms


Case Study background
Click here to view information

The Road: Passage Through the Deathscape (Australia)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Villawood: A Suburban Deathscape in Plain Sight (Australia)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

At a Lethal Intersection: the Killing of Ms Dhu (Australia)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Alan Kurdi and the boat (EU)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Extraterritorial Killings: The weaponisation of bodies (Australia)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Trauma on the Body: The Border Killing of Anastasio Hernández Rojas (US)

Read
Case Study background a demonstration against G4S and the death of Mr Jimmy Mubenga. Photo by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Click here to view information

Jimmy Mubenga and the plane (UK)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Letting Moises Die: Perishing in Immigration Detention (US)

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Perpetual Insecurity: the weaponisation of mental health (Australia) [Forthcoming]

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Indigenous Femicide and the Killing State [Forthcoming]

Read
Case Study background
Click here to view information

Every boat is the first boat [Forthcoming]

Read
Case Study background Photos of Saturday's Loud, Colourful Protest Outside Yarl's Wood. Photo By Chris Bethell (2016)
Click here to view information

Yarl"s Wood [Forthcoming]

Read

Sharing

Please Read

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are respectfully advised that this website contains images of and references to deceased persons.

All viewers are respectfully advised that the site contains images of and references to the deaths in custody of Indigenous peoples, Black people and refugees that may cause distress.

Proceed