The Femicide Machine

Author: Sergio González Rodríguez
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 1584351101
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The Femicide Machineprobes the anarchic confluence of global capital with corrupt national politics and displaced,transient labor, and introduces the work of one of Mexico's most eminent writers to Americanreaders.

Globalization And The State In Contemporary Crime Fiction

Author: Andrew Pepper
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137425733
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The narcomachine's most visible manifestation is the violence in Mexico, but the
editors are clear that the machine is not only transnational, but also multinational
and even post-national. It is primarily profit-oriented, and, like the maquiladoras,
systematically negates individual subjectivity (mostly of the poor and
disenfranchised) through the effacement of human bodies. Both Huesos en el
desierto and The Femicide Machine suffer from a reverberative intertextuality that
obviates any ...

Gender Globalization And Violence

Author: Sandra Ponzanesi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136655581
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In the midst of capital expansion on the border, economic and political structures
fluctuate 'between the formal and the informal, the legal and the illegal' (González
Rodríguez 2012: 8). Between paradoxes and contradictions, the perverse effects
of institutional corruption and impunity consume the city's inhabitants. In his book,
The Femicide Machine (2012), journalist Sergio González Rodríguez sees the
implementation of the maquiladora industry as a transborder, ultracapitalist ...

Femicide Gender And Violence

Author: Daniela Bandelli
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319477854
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Harmondsworth: Penguin. Goffman, E. (2001). The representation of self in
everyday life. In A. Branaman (Ed.), Self and society (pp. 175–182). Oxford:
Blackwell Publishers. Goldsmith, M. H. (1996). Political incorrectness. Rydalmere
: Hodder & Stoughton. González, R. S. (2012). The femicide machine. Los
Angeles, Cambridge: Semiotext(e). Distributed by The MIT Press. Goode, E., &
Ben-Yehuda, N. (2010). Moral panics: The social construction of deviance (2nd
ed). Hoboken: Wiley.

Cruel Modernity

Author: Jean Franco
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 082235456X
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Agamben, Homo Sacen119—35; Gonzalez Rodriguez, The Femicide Machine,
31. 17. Gonzalez Rodriguez, Haesos en el desierto, 59. 18. Gonzalez Rodriguez,
Haesos en el desierto, 60. 19. Washington Valdez, The Killing Fields, 14. 2o.
Rodriguez, Liberalism at Its Limits, 191—94. 21. Senorita Extraviada (2001),
directed by Portillo. 22. Baja jaarez (2008), directed by Sanchez Orozco,
screenplay by Alejandra Sanchez andjosé Antonio Cordero. 23. On their
webpage, a “women ...


Author: Amy Sara Carroll
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477311033
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... and then by the documentary, filmmaker. Portillo places at the center of her film
Spivak's haunting question, “Can the Subaltern Speak?,” reMexing it to fit the
circumstances of the borderlands' racialized and sexualized new division of labor
. In turn, the filmmaker prioritizes the testimonies of victims' families over her own
ruminations on the “femicide machine.” While the inclusion of the eyewitness is
considered to be de rigueur for the documentary, in the case of Señorita
Extraviada, ...

The Line Becomes A River

Author: Francisco Cantú
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0735217726
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the hallmark of Ciudad Juárez, an emblem of the danger and chaos unfurling
along the border. Mexico City journalist Sergio González Rodriguez was one of
the first reporters from outside the state of Chihuahua to cover the murders for a
national audience. In The Femicide Machine, González describes the archetypal
crime of the era: “The victims were abducted from the streets of Ciudad Juárez
and ...

More Or Less Dead

Author: Alice Driver
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 0816531161
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... 168n18 female sexuality, 8, 9,89 femicide, 9–10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22, 30, 52–
54, 60, 72, 75–76, 79, 117, 162n10 The Femicide Machine (González Rodríguez)
, 169n21 feminicide, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9–11, 13–16, 17, 22, 27–28, 30, 35, 40, 48,51,55,
60– 61, 73,76–77, 80, 85, 87; beginning of (in Juárez), 5, 18–19; categories of,
13; debate over the term, 9, 11, 13, 17, 27–28, 40, 60, 110, 167n4; definition of, 9
–10, 12–17; difference between femicide and, 9–10, 13, 16, 162n10; exploitation
of, ...

Why Walls Won T Work

Author: Michael Dear
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199897980
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... “Wave of Violence Swallows more Women in Juarez.” Even though so much
remains unresolved in Juarez, the murders attracted national attention in Mexico
as well as international protests. For a perspective that considers femicide and
drug wars together, see Gonzalez Rodriguez, The Femicide Machine. Vulliamy, “
As Juarez Falls,” 42. QlJOtCd in Guillermoprieto, “The Murders ofMexico,” 48.
Padgett and Grillo, “Mexico's Meth Warriors,” 30—33. Finnegan, “Silver or Lead,”

Radical Chicana Poetics

Author: Ricardo F. Vivancos Pérez
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137343583
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Print.GonzalesBerry, Erlinda, and TeyDiana Rebolledo.“GrowingUp Chicano:
TomásRiveraand Sandra Cisneros.” Revista ChicanoRiqueña 13 (1985): 109–19
. Print. González, Deena.“Speaking Secrets: Living Chicana Theory.” Ed. Trujillo,
Living 46–77. Gonzales,Rodolfo.IAm Joaquín.New York: Bantam,1972. González
Rodríguez, Sergio. The Femicide Machine. Los Angeles: Semiotext(e), 2012.
Print. ———. Huesosenel desierto. Barcelona: Anagrama, 2001. Print. Gordon,