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Friday December 15
What are the relationships between colonialism, gender and race? What is the relationship between the term “transgender” and colonialism? What are the connections between colonialism and violence against transgender people of color, specifically women/feminine expressing individuals? What are clinical interventions consistent with this framework? In its initial introduction, colonialism imposed a new gender system for colonized males and females, more so than it did for white middle-class colonizers. This introduced gender itself, as a colonial concept and mode of organization. This affected economic structure, property relations, cosmologies and ways of knowing. Centuries later, these concepts continue to influence our ideas of gender.
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Lewis & Clark
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