On the scene of zoonotic intimacies jungle, market, pork plant
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COVID-19, like HIV/AIDS before it, is being allegorized as a cost of perverse intimacies with nature. This essay surveys three scenes of intimate zoonotic exchange — the jungle, the wet market, and the pork plant — and maps how each contributes to the operation of racial capitalism.
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Publication InfoRosenberg, GN (2020). On the scene of zoonotic intimacies jungle, market, pork plant. Transgender Studies Quarterly, 7(4). pp. 646-656. 10.1215/23289252-8665341. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/23457.
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Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies
Gabriel N. Rosenberg is Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies and History. He earned his Ph.D. from Brown University in History. He was the recipient of the Gilbert C. Fite Award from the Agricultural History Society, the K. Austin Kerr Prize from the Business History Conference, and a François André Michaux Fund Fellowship from the American Philosophical Society. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale University's Program in Agrarian Studies, an Early C