Captive genders : trans embodiment and the prison industrial complex
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Since first published in 2011, Captive Genders, a groundbreaking account of trans and genderqueer people within the prison industrial complex, has become a highly regarded resource and valuable touchstone for incarcerated LGBTQ people and their allies. The first book of its kind, it has been highly praised by gender theorists and prison abolitionists alike, including Angela Davis. With highly publicised cases such as that of Chelsea Manning and media interest in the likes of Laverne Cox and Caitlyn Jenner, this new edition could hardly be timelier. Includes four new essays.
ContentsBuilding an abolitionist trans & queer movement with everything we've got / Morgan Bassichis, Alexander Lee, Dean Spade
"Street power" and the claiming of public space: San Francisco's "Vanguard" and pre-Stonewall queer radicalism / Jennifer Worley
Brushes with Lily Law / Tommi Avicolli Mecca
Looking back: the bathhouse raids in Toronto, 1981 / Nadia Guidotto
From a native trans daughter: carceral refusal, settler colonialism, re-routing the roots of an indigenous abolitionist imaginary / Kalaniopua Young
"Rounding up the homosexuals": the impact of juvenile court on queer and trans/gender non-conforming youth / Wesley Ware
Hotel hell / Ralowe T. Ampu
Regulatory sites: management, confinement, and HIV/AIDS / Michelle C. Velasquez-Potts
Awful acts and the trouble with normal: a personal treatise on sex offenders / Erica R. Meiners
How to make prisons disappear: queer immigrants, the shackles of love, and the invisibility of the prison industrial complex / Yasmin Nair
Identities under siege: violence against transpersons of color / Lori Saffin
On the intersection of the military and the prison industrial complex / Chelsea E. Manning
Krystal is Kristopher and vice versa / Kristopher Shelley "Krystal"
"The only freedom I can see": imprisoned queer writing and the politics of the unimaginable / Stephen Dillon
Being an incarcerated transperson: shouldn't people care? / Clifton Goring/Candi Raine Sweet
Out of compliance: masculine-identified people in women's prisons / Lori Girshick
My story / Paula Rae Witherspoon
Exposure / Cholo
No one enters like them: health, gender variance and the PIC / blake nemec
Custody's long shadow: reentry support as abolitionist work / Janetta Louise Johnson and Toshio Meronek
Transforming carceral logics: 10 reasons to dismantle the prison industrial complex using a queer/trans analysis / S. Lambel
Making it happen, mama: a conversation with Miss Major / Jayden Donahue
gender wars: state changing shape, passing to play, & body of our movements / Vanessa Huang
Maroon abolitionists: black gender-oppressed activists in the Anti-Prison Movement in the US and Canada / Julia Chinyere Oparah
Abolitionist imaginings: a conversation with Bo Brown, Reina Gossett, and Dylan Rodriguez / Che Gossett
Picturing the PIC exercise / Critical Resistance
Questions for abolitionist work: 7 easy steps / Critical Resistance
Addressing the prison industrial complex: case studies / Nat Smith.
-- Violence against
-- United States.
Transgender people -- Effect of imprisonment on -- United States.
Prison-industrial complex -- United States.
|Publisher|| Oakland, CA :2015
|Edition||Expanded second edition.|
Stanley, Eric A.,
Smith, Nat, editor.
399 pages ; 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references.