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A Lambda Literary Award finalist, Captive Genders is a powerful tool against the prison industrial complex and for queer liberation. This expanded edition contains four new essays, including a foreword by CeCe McDonald and a new essay by Chelsea Manning. Eric Stanley is a postdoctoral fellow at UCSD. His writings appear in Social Text, American Quarterly, and Women and Performance, as well as various collections. Nat Smith works with Critical Resistance and the Trans/Variant and Intersex Justice Project. CeCe McDonald was unjustly incarcerated after fatally stabbing a transphobic attacker in 2011. She was released in 2014 after serving nineteen months for second-degree manslaughter.
Introduction : Fugitive flesh : gender, self-determination, queer abolition, and trans resistance / Eric A. Stanley -- Building 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 -- "Rounding up the homosexuals" : the impact of juvenile court on queer and trans/gender-non-conforming youth / Wesley Ware -- Hotel hell : with continual references to the insurrection / Ralowe T. Ampu -- Regulatory sites : management, confinement, and HIV/AIDS / Michelle C. 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 A. Saffin -- 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 -- 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 Sudbury AKA Julia C. Oparah -- Abolitionist imaginings : a conversation with Bo Brown, Reina Gossett, and Dylan Rodriǵuez / 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.
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Print version: Stanley, Eric A. Captive genders : trans embodiment and the prison industrial complex. Expanded second edition. Oakland, California : AK Press, ©2015 approximately 280 pages 9781849352345
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