The Erotic Life of Globalization
Ara Wilson (Duke University) provides a new direction for thinking about sexuality at the transnational level. She focuses on the infrastructures of globalization, highlights the effects of intensified transnational links in the post-Cold-War period, and argues that transformations of sovereignty, labor, knowledge, and space provide the conditions for key forms of sexuality.
globalization, post-Cold-War period, infrastructure, sexuality, transnational, sovereignty, labor, knowledge, space
Economics | Gender and Sexuality
Wilson, Ara. "the Erotic Life of Globalization." Ensemble video, 01:207:41. November 30, 2012. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/j4N5Pts8