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Katariina Kyrölä

discourses.  32 32 Vulnerability as a battleground While the debate and the division between pro and anti camps have most forcefully taken place in the North American context, the same debates are also happening in other parts of the world like the Nordic countries, the location from which I am writing. Academic culture in the Nordic countries is different from the United States and Canada, for example in terms of the cost of education, but online cultures and practices of communication spread quickly across the world, like trigger warnings have. As many students and

in The power of vulnerability
Anu Koivunen, Katariina Kyrölä, and Ingrid Ryberg

online forums from the United States to the United Kingdom and the Nordic countries. Kyrölä’s chapter offers an analysis of how varying understandings of vulnerability are mobilised in three different contexts where the figure of the trigger warning currently circulates:  in feminist online discussion forums; in the feminist, queer, and anti-​racist academic opposition of trigger warnings;  17 Vulnerability as a political language 17 and in anti-​feminist public discourses. Halberstam’s c­ hapter  –​reprinted from the feminist journal Signs winter 2017 issue

in The power of vulnerability