Violence and the Body

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Race, Gender, and the State
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Arturo J. Aldama
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Foreword: The Red and the Black Alfred Arteaga Violence, Bodies, and the Color of Fear: An Introduction Arturo J. Aldama Part One. Global Crossings: Racialized and Sexualized Conflicts 1. Borders, Violence and the Struggles for Chicana/o Subjectivity Arturo J. Aldama 2. Petrarchan Patriarchal: Poetic Nationalism or National Pornography in Hungary? Aniko Imre 3. Militarization of the Feminine Body: Women's Participation in the Tamil Nationalist Struggle Yamuna Sangarasivam 4. Blood and Dirt: Politics of Women's Protest in Armagh Prison, North Ireland Leila Neti 5. Bodily Metaphors, Material Exclusions: The Sexual and Racial Politics of Domestic Partnership in France Catherine Raissiguier 6. Mattering National Bodies and Sexualities: Corporeal Contest in Marcos and Brocka Rolando B. Tolentino 7. The Time of Violence. Deconstruction and Value Elizabeth Grosz Part Two. Coloniality and the Consumption of the Other 8. Consuming Cannibalism: The Body in Australia's Pacific Archive Mike Hayes 9. Isolates of Historic Interest' (IHSs): On Biocolonialism and Global Genocide of Indigenous Peoples by the Genome Diversity Agenda Annette Jaimes Guerrero 10. Angola, Convict Lease, and the Annulment of Freedom: The Vectors of Architectural and Discursive Violence in the U.S. "Slavery of Prison" Dennis Childs 11. Bernhard Goetz and the Politics of Fear Jonathan Markovitz 12. Pierced Tongues: Language and Violence in Carmen Boullosa's Dystopia Margarita Saona Part Three. Performing Race, Gender and Sexuality 13. Constituting Transgressive Interiorities: Psychiatric Readings of Morally Mad Bodies Heidi Rimke 14. When Electrolysis Proxies for the Existential: A Somewhat Sordid Meditation on What Might Occur If Fanon, Castellanos, Derrida, Spivak, and Cisneros Asked Rita Hayworth Her Name William Anthony Nerricio 15. Double Cross: FTMs of Color, Asian American Gendering and the Illogics of Masculine Identification in the TransVideos of Christopher Lee Sel J. Wahng 16 Teumsae-eso: Korean American Women Between Feminism and Nationalism Elaine Kim 17. Gendered Spirits in Shamanic Bodies: Colonization, Resistance and Creation in Mapuche Gendered Healing Ana Mariella Bacigalupo Part Four. Understanding "Trauma": The Psychic Effects of Material Violence 18. Re/membering the body: Latina Testimonies of Social and Family Violence Yvette Flores-Ortiz 19. Sita's War and the Body Politic: Violence and Abuse in the Lives of South Asian Women Sunita Peacock 20. La Japonesita's Body as Site of Contention in the Inscription of Homoerotic Discourse in "el lugar sin l'mites" by Arturo Ripstein David William Foster 21. Medicalizing Human Rights, Domesticating Violence in Postdictatorship Market-States Lessie Jo Frazier 22. Las Super Madres de Latino America: Transforming Motherhood and Houseskirts by Challenging Violence in Juarez, Mexico, Argentina and El Salvador Cindy Bejarano Contributors; Index
Violence and the Body: Race, Gender, and the State explores therelationship between subalternity, the discourse and technology of the body, and therise and proliferation of racial, colonial, sexual, domestic, and state violence, examining the materiality of violence on the "otherized" body.Grounded in U.S./Mexico border and Latin American culturalstudies, the essays in this collection intersect discussions of subalternity, violence, and discourses of the body in a transethnic, feminist, and global culturalstudies context. They provide a global mapping of contemporary modes and acts ofphysical and representational violence and demonstrate how discourses ofotherization are reinforced and interanimated through violence on what ElizabethGrosz has called the "intensities" and "flows" of thebody.
Arturo J. Aldama, Associate Professor of Chicana/o Studies at Arizona State University, is author of Disrupting Savagism and co-editor of Decolonial Voices (Indiana University Press).

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