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“There's Something About HER

Realities of Black Girlhood in a Settler State

Kandice A. Sumner

controlled and racialized bodies throughout history from the moment literacy was an illegal practice for Blacks punishable by dismemberment to the current de facto segregated system ( Vaznis 2018 ) and our current misnomer of “achievement gap” which should be

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Knitted Naked Suits and Shedding Skins

The Body Politics of Popfeminist Musical Performances in the Twenty-first Century

Maria Stehle

products address the question of how we—our gendered and racialized bodies—are impacted by our surroundings and how, in turn, we impact these surroundings. According to Lauren Berlant, aesthetics “provide metrics for understanding how we pace and space our

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Reimagining Girlhood in White Settler-Carceral States

Sandrina de Finney, Patricia Krueger-Henney, and Lena Palacios

occupation. White settler colonialism functions through the continued control of land, resources, and racialized bodies, and is amalgamated through a historical commitment to slavery, genocide, and the extermination of Indigenous nationhood and worldviews

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“Engaging with the writings of Denise Ferreira da Silva”

Randeep Singh Hothi, Geoffrey Fitzgibbon Hughes, Neel Ahuja, Nathalia Silva Carneiro, Amanda Medeiros Oliveira, and Patrice D. Douglass

of raciality as theorized by da Silva, this argument considers whether liberty as a political and philosophical concept can extend beyond its post-Enlightenment origins to include the racialized body. By critically examining debates that think

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Before and After Ghostcatching

Animation, Primitivism, and the Choreography of Vitality

Heather Warren-Crow

, the live-action filmmaking and the rotoscope work in concert to “lend a kind of corporeal authenticity and carnal density to Betty’s racialized body” (2000: 50). The rotoscope, in particular, “facilitates a transference of reality and materiality” to

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Target Practice

The Algorithmics and Biopolitics of Race in Emerging Smart Border Practices and Technologies

Tamara Vukov

This promotional, often futuristic enthusiasm regarding the smart border tends to deflect from and obscure the ways in which biopolitical processes of racialization and the targeting of racialized bodies as threats to be preempted continue to be central

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Pathologizing Latinas

Racialized Girlhood, Behavioral Diagnosis, and California's Foster Care System

Isabella C. Restrepo

, women of color (WOC) whose racialized bodies are marked by controlling images are consistently pathologized, justifying their socioeconomic marginalization. For Patricia Hill Collins (2002) , controlling images are tropes that mark Black women as

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Love as Resistance

Exploring Conceptualizations of Decolonial Love in Settler States

Shantelle Moreno

Emery's insistence on entitlement to love as a racialized body. She shares her intimate knowledge of the requirement of love—for herself and for other racialized women—in her growth and identity development as a woman of color. Many BIPOC scholars have

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Theorizing Siberian Sex

Gender, Sexuality, and Colonial Desire in Siberian Regionalist Discourses on Racial Mixing

Olga Trufanova

Siberia, conceived metaphorically and literally, into the racialized body of the Russian Empire. The range of interpretations of and approaches to sexual relations in colonial Siberia found in the texts of regionalists suggests that not only attitudes

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Peter Lurie, Antonio Sanna, Hansen Hsu, Ella Houston, and Kristof van Baarle

technical history. At each such pivot point, she demonstrates, the racialized body served to cover threatening gaps in the capacities of the filmic apparatus and to ensure a more complete bonding of the audience with the cinema’s truth-claims—often because