Ungendered Flesh and the Science of Sex
Chapter 1 considers the founding of American gynecology and the archives of J. Marion Sims. Sims’s three and one-half years of experiments on female captives--Anarcha, Betsey, Lucy and several unnamed others--precipitates a view of sex as an effect of flesh and gender as a discourse indebted to racial slavery’s political and visual economy.
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