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Surveillance and transgender bodies in a post-9/ 11 era of neoliberalism
Christine Quinan

hypervisible – to state institutions? For whom is visibility an available political strategy, and at what cost?’ (Beauchamp 2013 : 52). And to this I would add, for whom is invisibility a political strategy? Sara Ahmed’s ( 2006 ) brilliant theorisation of racialised space, mobility, and movement comes to mind here as well. Building upon Ahmed’s ( 2006 : 139) argument that ‘[a]‌ phenomenology of “being stopped” might take us in a

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