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by Grace Kyungwon Hong,Roderick A. Ferguson
The essays collected in Grace Kyungwon Hong’s and Roderick A. Ferguson’s Strange Affinities address .
The essays collected in Grace Kyungwon Hong’s and Roderick A. Ferguson’s Strange Affinities address these realities, stretching our too static concepts and methods, and challenging our political visions. What a great collection of essays for Race and Gender studies! This book will help you understand some very complicated theories on feminism, queer theory, and racial values. A must read for any scholar.
Strange Affinities book. Contemporary regimes of power produce racialized, gendered, and sexualized violence and labor exploitation, and they render subjects redundant and disposable by creating new, nominally nonracialized categories of privilege and stigma.
The essays in Strange Affinities follow Ferguson's intellectual tradition of queer of color critique and explore the possibilities of progressive coalitions in the production of racial, gender, and sexual difference
Exemplified by the work of Audre Lorde, Cherríe Moraga, Barbara Smith, and the Combahee River Collective, these critiques do not presume homogeneity across racial or national groups. Instead, they offer powerful relational analyses of the racialized, gendered, and sexualized valuation and devaluation of human life.
Grace Kyungwon Hong, Roderick A. Ferguson. Representing some of the most exciting work in critical ethnic studies, the essays in this collection examine the production of racialized, gendered, and sexualized difference, and the possibilities for progressive coalitions, or the "strange affinities," afforded by nuanced comparative analyses of racial formations. Ferguson, Lisa Marie Cacho. Representing some of the most exciting work in critical ethnic studies, the essays in this collection examine the production of racialized, gendered, and sexualized difference, and the possibilities for progressive coalitions, or the strange affinities, afforded by nuanced comparative analyses of racial formations
Volume 47 Issue 1. Grace Kyungwon Hong and Roderic.
Volume 47 Issue 1. Journal of American Studies. Pp. 384. isbn978 0 3, 978 0 9. ANNA PEGLER-GORDON (a1). Michigan State University.
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ContributorsVictor BascaraLisa Marie CachoM. Bianet Castellanos Martha Chew Sánchez Roderick A. FergusonGrace Kyungwon HongHelen H. JunKara Keeling Sanda Mayzaw Lwin Jodi Melamed Chandan Reddy Ruby C. TapiaCynthia Tolentino
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