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Jenn M. Jackson recently earned her PhD in political science at the University of Chicago and is an assistant professor of political science at Syracuse University. Her research interests are in Black politics, gender and sexuality, and social movements. Public Culture 1 January ; 32 1 : — The American imperial project exploits race, class, gender, and sexual differences in the name of the state. But in what ways has the transformative nature of American imperialism intervened in the public and private lives of Black women?
The author draws on the autobiographical works of Black enslaved, postbellum, queer, and transgender contemporaries to show how Black women have resisted the fungibility of their bodies through processes of self-formation and self-reclamation. Advanced Search.
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