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What lies beneath : medical imaging and the erotic in public culture
The anatomic human body is increasingly visible in public culture. Representations of the body sourced from or imitative of the images produced by medical imaging technology are bloodless ...
The pleasure is all ours : race and queerness in the Promised Land
This paper calls for a queer art and politics that treats identity categories such as race, gender, sexual orientation, class and others as co-constitutional. With the writer's one-man show, Promised Land: A Radical Queer ...
Sex, drugs and Barbie : gender verification, drug testing, and the commodification of the black female athlete
Representations of black female sporting bodies, when taken as what Susan Bordo (1997) refers to as “texts of culture,” operate as sites for an interrogation of the production and maintenance of ideologies of race, gender, ...