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恐吓性别:变性人的可见度与美国安全国家的监视实践-Terrorizing Gender: Transgender Visibility and the Surveillance Practices o文件编号:470

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标题(title):Terrorizing Gender: Transgender Visibility and the Surveillance Practices of the U.S. Security State
作者(author):Mia Fischer
出版社(publisher):University of Nebraska Press
大小(size):8 MB (8658186 bytes)

The increased visibility of transgender people in mainstream media, exemplified by Time magazine’s declaration that 2014 marked a “transgender tipping point,” was widely believed to signal a civil rights breakthrough for trans communities in the United States. In Terrorizing Gender Mia Fischer challenges this narrative of progress, bringing together transgender, queer, critical race, legal, surveillance, and media studies to analyze the cases of Chelsea Manning, CeCe McDonald, and Monica Jones. Tracing how media and state actors collude in the violent disciplining of these trans women, Fischer exposes the traps of visibility by illustrating that dominant representations of trans people as deceptive, deviant, and threatening are integral to justifying, normalizing, and reinforcing the state-sanctioned violence enacted against them.

The heightened visibility of transgender people, Fischer argues, has actually occasioned a conservative backlash characterized by the increased surveillance of trans people by the security state, evident in debates over bathroom access laws, the trans military ban, and the rescission of federal protections for transgender students and workers. Terrorizing Gender concludes that the current moment of trans visibility constitutes a contingent cultural and national belonging, given the gendered and racialized violence that the state continues to enact against trans communities, particularly those of color.
Table of contents :
Cover......Page 1
Title Page......Page 4
Copyright Page......Page 5
Contents......Page 8
List of Illustrations......Page 10
Acknowledgments......Page 12
Introduction......Page 20
1. Pathologizing and Prosecuting a (Gender) Traitor......Page 48
2. Transpatriotism and Iterations of Empire......Page 76
3. Blind(ing) (In)justice and the Disposability of Black Life......Page 104
4. Materializing Hashtag Activism and the #FreeCeCe Campaign......Page 140
5. Sex Work, Securitainment, and the Transgender Terrorist......Page 168
Coda......Page 188
Notes......Page 204
Bibliography......Page 252
Index......Page 268

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