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Toxic Representation and the Politics of Care for Antiracist Queer and Trans History

Jess Dorrance

invested in the possibility that radical visual cultures could help end antitrans and antiblack violence and produce a trans politics that “resides on the side of flourishing” (2017: 616). 26 In response, Stanley turns to Édouard Glissant's (1997) work

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On Ethnographic Games of Doubt and Certainty

Stephan Palmié

Enlightenmen t helped to bring this thought into a kind of postcolonial focus: if Fernando Ortiz (1940) , C.L.R. James (1963) , Sidney Mintz (1985) , Paul Gilroy (1992) and Edouard Glissant (1997) were right in positing the Caribbean as both the primary