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Transgender migrations : the bodies, borders, and politics of transition / edited by Trystan T. Cotten
Alternate Title Bodies, borders, and politics of transition
New York : Routledge, c2012
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HQ77.9 .T7158 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Transgenderism
Transgender people
Gay immigrants
Physical Description viii, 198 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: migration and morphing / Trystan T. Cotten -- Colorful bodies in the multikulti metropolis: vitality, victimology and transgressive citizenship in Berlin / Jin Haritaworn -- Forging "moral geographies": law, sexual minorities and internal tensions in northern Mexico border towns / Vek Lewis -- Transgender movement(s) and beating the straight flush: building an art of trans washrooms / Lucas Crawford -- Queer exteriors: transgender aesthetics in early gay and lesbian advertising / Quinn Miller -- Spiderwomen: notes on transpositions / Eva Hayward -- "Passing for white, passing for man": Johnson's The autobiography of an ex-colored man as transgender narrative / C. Riley Snorton -- Longevity and limits in Rae Bourbon's life in motion / Don Romesburg -- The persistence of transgender travel narratives / Aren Z. Aizura -- Trans/scriptions: homing desires, (trans)sexual citizenship and racialized bodies / Nael Bhanji
Series New directions in American history
Alternate Author Cotten, Trystan T., 1986-

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