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S. Constitution were envisioned as different political privilege. At the same time, the visibility of sorts of “bodies” altogether, purged of the mass phys- disqualified political subjects within public culture has icality of the crowd. In the early national period, to also generated important opportunities for contesting claim political authority in civic matters required that their disqualification. one speak in the guise of disinterested reason, rather Minimally, these contestations require a denatural- than render one’s particular viewpoint, so that print ized understanding of the physical body as a social became the privileged medium of public debate, ex- text rather than a given form.
Spanish colonials established the Manila- the affections formed by the dominant culture toward Acapulco trade from 1565 to 1815, bringing Fil- those Asians who conform to stereotype (Chan and ipinos/as, Chinese, and other “Asians” to the “New Chin 1972). ” By 1635, Chinese barbers were reportedly mo- example, is the object of Orientalist desire—an exten- nopolizing the trade in Mexico City. Chinese silk sion of the odalisque. And detective Charlie Chan al- shawls and other desired goods traveled the Camino ways solved the white man’s mystery with good Real north to Santa Fe.
South and economies as they had in prior decades. S. North. By the mid- nomic shift accelerated a broad new series of global 1980s, however, the United States had failed in its ef- flows not only of capital and resources but also of jobs fort to maintain the border between North and South and people across national and regional borders. Vietnam, segregation had been rendered illegal if not Alongside these developments, researchers in African eliminated in practice, and efforts to dismantle the American and postcolonial studies, feminist theory, border between East and West Germany were gaining post-structuralism, and the cultural studies of the momentum.