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Screening Vulnerability

Brian Bergen-Aurand

thirty independent documentaries and TV documentaries and one feature film, Camera (2014), which is a science-fiction thriller concerned with surveillance, obsession, and gentrification. Their films have won or been nominated for a number of awards and

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Brian Bergen-Aurand

of portable and personal devices and the institutional ones of medical and surveillance imaging. It addresses the portrayal, function, dissemination, affect, and reception of screened bodies from the perspectives of gender and sexuality studies

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Situating Screen Bodies

Brian Bergen-Aurand

medical tourist as film tourist, the relationship between European art film and the archive of the black body, new ways of describing the filmic experience through Baruch Spinoza and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, the pornographic body under state surveillance

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“Banal Apocalypse”

An Interview with Author Ta-wei Chi on the New Translation of The Membranes

Jane Chi Hyun Park and Ta-wei Chi

-aging benefits, all the while recording the client's biometric data. As Ari Heinrich notes, M-skin uncannily predicts contemporary forms of surveillance technology—from fitness and sleep trackers to CCTV and satellite cameras (Heinrich forthcoming). Indeed, the

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Toward a Queer Sinofuturism

Ari Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi

. Dissatisfied with the flattened depiction of Chinese surveillance in contemporary Western Orientalist discourses, Huang refuses to go along with characterizations of Chinese netizens as passively subject to “suppression,” instead arguing for a better

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Handover Bodies in a Feminist Frame

Two Hong Kong Women Filmmakers’ Perspectives on Sex after 1997

Gina Marchetti

her book People’s Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet , Katrien Jacobs (2012) speaks eloquently about the differences between Hong Kong female netizens and their counterparts across the Chinese border. 3 While Hong Kong women

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“Some Things Just Won't Go Back”

Teen Girls’ Online Dating Relationships during COVID-19

Alanna Goldstein and Sarah Flicker

what it means for young people, and especially teen girls, who are already subject to patriarchal social and sexual pressures, to experience their first relationships under heightened surveillance amid the restrictions of a lockdown necessitated by a

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Jennifer A. Thompson, Sarah L. Fraser, Rocio Macabena Perez, Charlotte Paquette, and Katherine L. Frohlich

surveillance. In some countries, people couldn't go outside. If you didn't have a pass you would be arrested. People were monitored. I think there needs to be a balance between safety and public life. We live in a democratic country … Compared to other

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Left Behind by COVID-19

Experiences of “Left-Behind” Girls in Rural China

Jue Wang

their guardians expected and were, in fact, sites of family surveillance and attendant punishment. Bullying by Siblings Beyond corporal punishment administered by adults, my interviews with these girls also revealed issues related to aggression

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

are amusing ourselves to death, unaware of the fact that technology has become a tool for surveillance and the image a mere tool for seduction. We are ignorant about the apparatuses that increasingly take over control.” During the text projection