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Galen D. Bunting (PhD ’23) publishes review of Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen 

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Galen Bunting’s review of Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen (2020) in Feminist Pedagogy, provides pedagogical guidelines for the documentary’s use in classroom activities. The examination of multiple scenes from the film offers particularly rich avenues for discussion, including gazing and visibility, its discussion of trans lives on film, as well as the ways in which Disclosure provides a critique of visibility as the only path to trans liberation.

Read the full review at Feminist Pedagogy

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