Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women, and Art
Atlanta’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global Health Odyssey Museum presents “Off the Beaten Path: Violence, Women, and Art”, June 6 – September 9, 2011.
Off the Beaten Path presents the work of 28 contemporary artists from 24 countries whose work addresses the issues of violence against women and girls around the world and their basic human rights to a safe and secure life.
Violence and injury are one of the urban health challenges studied by GSU’s Partnership for Urban Health Research. Interpersonal and domestic violence, how substance use contributes to violent behaviors, and evaluation of the justice system are some of the issues being examined.
To read more on this subject, take a look at these resources from the GSU Library:
- Johnson, Holly. Violence against women: An international perspective.
- Meloy, Michelle L. The victimization of women: Law, policies, and politics.
- Miller, Jody. Getting played: African American girls, urban inequality, and gendered violence.
- Pickering, Sharon. Women, borders, and violence: Current issues in asylum, forced migration and trafficking.
- Ptacek, James. Restorative justice and violence against women.
- Resko, Stella M. Intimate partner violence and women’s economic insecurity.
If you can’t make it to the CDC Gallery, a virtual exhibit is online: Art Works for Change.