Containment and Interdependence: Epidemic Logics in Asian American Racialization
V. Jo Hsu is an assistant professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Texas at Austin. Their work focuses on the interrelations of narrative and power. They are guided by the trans, crip, and queer of color scholars and activists who have enabled their survival, and they strive to further the forms of mutual care and collaborative worldbuilding that they have learned from these mentors and kin. They are in the throes of a book manuscript on LGBTQ+ Asian American storytelling as communal consciousness-raising and political agitation.
V. Jo Hsu; Containment and Interdependence: Epidemic Logics in Asian American Racialization. QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 1 October 2020; 7 (3): 125–134. doi: https://doi.org/10.14321/qed.7.3.0125
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