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Read & Download Ò Decolonising the Transgender Imaginary 100 Mmensurable categories of self Two contributors consider what is lost as the term transgender replaces local vernacular categories of difference in India A study of genderueer childhood in Peru disrupts colonial ethnographer informant roles while another author critiues the colonialist ethnography on the sarimbavy gender nonconforming categories of Madagascar Another essay follows the global commodity chain of synthetic hormones to explore the biopolitics of transgender bodies and race Finally a roundtable discussion among a transnational panel of activists culture makers and scholars offers perspectives on decolonizing the transgender imaginary that range from the celebratory to the cynicalAren Aizura is Assistant Professor of Women and Gender Studies in the Scho.

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Read & Download Ò Decolonising the Transgender Imaginary 100 Aren Aizura Marcia Ochoa Salvador Vidal Ortiz Trystan Cotton Carsten BalzerCarla LaGata special issue editorsWhat is at stake in acknowledging transgender studies’ Anglophone roots in the global North and West What kinds of politics might emerge from challenging the assumption that biological sex or the categories “man” and “woman” is stable and self evident across time space and culture This collection asks how trans scholarship can decolonize rather than reproduce dominant imaginaries of sexuality and genderThe issue highlights roadblocks as well as unexpected openings in the global circulation of trans politics and culture A First Nations scholar recovers lost tribal knowledge of non Eurocentric gender A Thai trans filmmaker negotiates culturally inco.

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Read & Download Ò Decolonising the Transgender Imaginary 100 Ol of Social Transformation at Arizona State University Marcia Ochoa is Associate Professor of Feminist Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz Salvador Vidal Ortiz is Associate Professor of Sociology at American University Trystan Cotton is Associate Professor of Gender Studies at California State University Stanislaus Carsten BalzerCarla LaGata is the senior researcher of Transgender Europe and lead researcher of the Transrespect versus Transphobia Worldwide projectContributors Aren Aizura Finn Jackson Ballard Carsten BalzerCarla LaGata Karma Chavez Giancarlo Cornejo Trystan Cotton Aniruddha Dutta Julian Gill Peterson Marcia Ochoa Seth Palmer Jai Arun Ravine Lara Rodriguez Liz Rosenfeld Raina Roy T J Tallie Salvador Vidal Ortiz Saylesh Wesley Cindy Wu.

  • Paperback
  • 168
  • Decolonising the Transgender Imaginary
  • Aizen Z. Aizura
  • English
  • 06 January 2020
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