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  • 1 Dept. of Gender Studies, Central European University, Hungary and Graduate Gender Program, Utrecht University, Netherlands l.hettinga@uu.nl
  • 2 Dept. of Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA terrancewooten@blackstudies.ucsb.edu
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Eliza Steinbock, Shimmering Images: Trans Cinema, Embodiment, and the Aesthetics of Change (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019), 248 pp., ISBN: 9781478003885 (paperback, $24.95)

Jian Neo Chen, Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019). ix +184 pp., ISBN: 9781478000877 (paperback, $23.95)

Contributor Notes

Lieke Hettinga is a double-degree PhD Candidate at the Department of Gender Studies at Central European University and at the Graduate Gender Program of Utrecht University. Their research examines ways in which artists and activists visualize, represent, and/or enact nonnormative embodiments, more specifically looking at the intersection of trans and disability visual politics and poetics of the body. By exploring how the visual rhetoric of trans and disability art and activism is complexly entangled with questions pertaining to rights, recognition, and appearance, they investigate practices that allow for a reconsideration of the possible connections, affinities, and dissonances between transgender and disability politics. Email: l.hettinga@uu.nl

Terrance Wooten is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His scholarly interests are located at the intersections of black studies, gender and sexuality studies, studies of poverty and homelessness, and carceral studies. His work appears or is forthcoming in differences, Feminist Formations, and The Black Scholar. Email: terrancewooten@blackstudies.ucsb.edu

Screen Bodies

The Journal of Embodiment, Media Arts, and Technology

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