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Blood Cultures: Medicine, Media, and Militarisms

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  • © 2015


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Offering a cultural history of blood as it was mobilized across twentieth-century U.S. medicine, militarisms, and popular culture, Hannabach examines the ways that blood has saturated the cultural imaginary.

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    Cathy Hannabach

About the author

Cathy Hannabach is a US independent scholar and editor whose research focuses on transnational feminist cultural studies, queer disability studies, and science and technology studies. Her work has appeared in Women and Performance, Cultural Politics, Social Text, and Studies in Gender and Sexuality. She is the founder of Philly Queer Media, a media arts organization that fosters new, intersectional work in the performing, media, visual, and media arts.

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