February, 2015, Yangon, Myanmar.
Do you want to know more about this photo and place where it has been taken? Feel free to contact me.
Re-reading the colonial judge Maurice Collis’ memoirs, Trials in Burma (1938), got me thinking about the history of traffic accidents. The final case that he discusses—the case that marked the beginning of the end to his career in the colony—hints at how traffic accidents could be understood as an expression of white privilege. 494 more words