Allegories of Gender: Transgender Autology versus Transracialism
Cet article explore la manière dont une distinction s’établit entre la race et le sexe dans les débats universitaires et militants contemporains sur la comparaison entre le transracialisme et les identités transgenres. Cet article soutient que les distinctions transraciales/transgenres renforcent souvent le fossé entre les aspects autologiques (autodéterminés) et généalogiques (hérités) de la subjectivité et obscurcissent la constitution de ce fossé par le biais des technologies modernes du pouvoir.
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