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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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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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Times of Violence

The Shifting Temporalities of Long-Term Ethnographic Engagement with Burundi

Simon Turner

Rwanda among other things) had made the racial body maps and the ethno-nationalist standard narratives of the 1980s obsolete ( Turner 2010 ), giving way to competing narratives about the nature of the ethnic conflict in Burundi. Liisa Malkki and I did

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Laborers, Migrants, Refugees

Managing Belonging, Bodies, and Mobility in (Post)Colonial Kenya and Tanzania

Hanno Brankamp and Patricia Daley

institutional aspiration of ordering racialized bodies in space. Managing “Foreign” Africans: Refugees and Exiles in Postcolonial Kenya and Tanzania British colonial legislation laid down the basic tenets of the respective future national laws dealing

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Black Spatial Affordances and the Residential Ecologies of the Great Migration

Amani C. Morrison

-making, making historical precedent and social custom large influencers of present and future action of an individual or institution ( Bourdieu 1990: 53 ). If racial ideology manifests in space and place such that certain racialized bodies—to include physical

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Doing Barzakh, Making Boza

Betwixt and Between Migration and Immigration in Tangier

A. George Bajalia

Union . Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press . Gazzotti , L. 2021 . ‘ (Un)Making Illegality: Border Control, Racialized Bodies and Differential Regimes of Illegality in Morocco ’. The Sociological Review 69 ( 2 ): 277 – 295 . https

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Book Reviews

Milena Kirova, Lex Heerma van Voss, Chiara Bonfiglioli, Noemi Stoichkova, Niya Neykova, Marija Bosančić, Zorana Simić, Daniela Koleva, Katarzyna Stańczak-Wiślicz, Raia Apostolova, Momchil Hristov, and Birgitta Bader-Zaar

attention of both scholars and political activists at a time of extraordinary violence against women's, queer, and racialized bodies in former socialist states and beyond. Todorova's book would have gained tremendously if the author had engaged with

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Ishmael at the Table of Abraham

Black Queer Religious Hermeneutics and Afro-Brazilian LGBTQ Evangelicals

Andrea S. Allen

white spaces that are oriented toward and around white racialized bodies. In Queer Phenomenology , Sara Ahmed theorizes that “bodies become orientated by how they take up time and space” (2006: 5). When bodies are queered, whether racially and