Do I look Jewish in this? A phenomenological approach to intercorporeality and racism
Racialised interactions inform the corporeal memory of both racists and their victims. This translates in bodily styles which reproduce alienated intercorporeal exchanges. The racial abjection of the victims is embedded at the somatic level in a racialise
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