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2 edition of Captive Gender found in the catalog.

Captive Gender

Rada Ivekovic

Captive Gender

Ethnic Stereotypes and Cultural Boundaries

by Rada Ivekovic

  • 214 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Women Unlimited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic studies,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Nonfiction / Women"s Studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13181118M
    ISBN 108188965189
    ISBN 109788188965182

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Captive Genders is an essential book that brings home that trans and gender non-conforming lives are deeply structured by the prison, that violence can never be an antidote to violence, that abolition must extend to the gender binary, and that formerly incarcerated Black trans women will.

"Captive Genders is a crucial book, furthering an understanding of the evolving struggle for sexual and gender liberation, driving home the impossibility of freeing some, but not all, and calling it victory."- Xtra. Canada's Gay and Lesbian News/5(8).

Captive Genders book. Read 33 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Pathologized, terrorized, and confined, trans/gender non-conforming /5.

Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, Second Edition by Eric A. Stanley, Nat Smith, et al. | out of 5 stars 5. Book Review: Captive Genders by Soso ofAK Press Available for $ from AK Press: A 23rd St, Oakland, CA This book is a compilation of essays from various transgender individuals, activists, prisoners and researchers.

The unifying theme is progressive in that the book is not only devoted to exposing gender oppression. LGBT academics from all disciplines, as well as human rights activists, would find Captive Genders a valuable resource, as it is the first book that specifically addresses transpeople in the Prison Industrial Complex.

The twenty six contributors include academics, activists, and currently incarcerated transpeople. Captive Genders was the first book of its kind. It remains the touchstone for studies of trans and gender-queer people in prison. It has been revamped to appeal to recent broadened interest.

With a new Foreword by CeCe MacDonald and essay by Chelsea Manning. Eric A. Stanley is a radical queer activist, outlaw academic, experimental filmmaker. This collection represents years of struggle in both transgender, gender variant, and Captive Gender book liberation movements, and the movement against the prison industrial complex.

The first of its kind, not simply a bridge, but a space for discourse about the linkages between these struggles. A vital look at how gender and sexuality are lived under the crushing weight of 4/5(1).

Get this from a library. Captive genders: trans embodiment and the prison industrial complex. [Eric A Stanley; Nat Smith;] -- Pathologized, terrorized, and confined, trans/gender-non-conforming and queer folks have always struggled against the enormity of the prison industrial complex.

The first collection of its kind, Eric. Books shelved as held-captive: Consequences by Aleatha Romig, The Paper Swan by Leylah Attar, Prisoner by Annika Martin, Tears of Tess by Pepper Winters. Captive Genders was the first book of its kind. It remains the touchstone for studies of trans and gender-queer people in prison.

It has been revamped to appeal to recent broadened interest. With a new Foreword by CeCe McDonald and essay by Chelsea Manning. Reading Captive Genders can create great peace and inner peace. Reading spiritual texts.

Captive Genders was the first book of its kind. It remains the touchstone for studies of trans and gender-queer people in prison. It has been revamped to appeal to recent broadened interest. With a new Foreword by CeCe McDonald and essay by Chelsea Manning.

Eric A. Stanley is a radical queer activist, outlaw academic, experimental filmmaker. "Captive Genders is an essential book that brings home that trans and gender non-conforming lives are deeply structured by the prison, that violence can never be an antidote to violence, that abolition must extend to the gender binary, and that formerly incarcerated Black trans women will /5().

Through a politic of gender self-determination, this collection argues that trans/ queer liberation and prison abolition must be grown together. From rioting against police violence and critiquing hate crimes legislation, to prisoners demanding access to HIV medications, and far beyond, Captive Genders is a challenge for us all to join the Brand: AK Press.

"Captive Genders is an exciting assemblage of writings—analyses, manifestos, stories, interviews—that traverse the complicated entanglements of surveillance, policing, imprisonment, and the production of gender normativity.

Focusing discerningly on the encounter of transpersons with the apparatuses that constitute the prison industrial 4/5(1). Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex Edited by Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith AK Press Paperback,pp.

September In American prisons today, the exact number of incarcerated transpeople remains unknown. The Prison Industrial Complex of the United States is the last bastion of unforgiving genderCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Iveković, Rada. Captive gender. New Delhi: Women Unlimited, an Association of Kali for Women, (OCoLC) Through a politic of gender self-determination, this collection argues that trans/queer liberation and prison abolition must be grown together.

From rioting against police violence and critiquing hate crimes legislation to prisoners demanding access to HIV medications, and far beyond, Captive Genders is a challenge for us all to join the struggle. Read "Captive Genders Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, Second Edition" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

A Lambda Literary Award finalist, Captive Genders is a powerful tool against the prison industrial complex and for queer Brand: AK Press. About the Book The centrality of gender to nationalism, and to imagining the nation, has been convincingly argued by feminist scholars and activists across the world.

As Rada lvekovic says, it is probably the “first organizing principle in any society.” In this critical set of essays, she advances that argument by locating it in the context of the ethnic or communal division of.

But reading “Captive Genders” gave her newfound awareness of institutionalized gender-based violence. The book brings together the work of activists, artists, and academics, many of Author: Cyrus Grace Dunham.

Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, revised and expanded second edition, edited by Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith Captive Gender is a challenge for us all to.

This case is an important step as evidenced by the horrific stories in Captive Genders about trans people being denied hormones, surgery, and even HIV/AIDS treatment, but the opinion still problematizes trans bodies.

The medical model says that to qualify for surgery, one must demonstrate gender in a certain way.