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Volume 33, Issue 1, Spring 2021


Table of Contents


  • Introduction: A Tale of Poverty, Pandemic, and Prisons, Sarah Tobias and Nicole R. Fleetwood
  • From Broken Windows to Broken Homes: Homebreaking as Racialized and Gendered Poverty Governance, Susila Gurusami and Rahim Kurwa
  • “The Streets Are My Home”: Black Male Sex Offenders, Hypersurveillance, and the Liminality of Home, Terrance Wooten
  • The Trafficking Deportation Pipeline: Asian Body Work and the Auxiliary Policing of Racialized Poverty, Elena Shih
  • Gender Policing the Poor: Toward a Conceptual Apparatus, Ashley J. Bohrer
  • Child Support Enforcement, Poverty, and the Creation of the New Debtor's Prison, Keesha Middlemass and Jyl Josephson
  • The Threat of Poverty Without Misery, Alyosha Goldstein
  • Faux Heads of Households and the Gendered and Racialized Politics of Housing Reform, Rosemary Ndubuizu
  • Rethinking Care Work: (Dis)Affection and the Politics of Caring, Premilla Nadasen
  • Rearticulating a New Poor People's Campaign: Fifty Years of Grassroots Anti-Poverty Movement Organizing, Ashley Hufnagel
  • “Dressed Like a Stripper”: Visualizing Poverty in Ethical Fashion, Elizabeth Verklan
  • Arab Archipelagoes: Revolutionary Formations and a Queer Undercommons in Saleem Haddad's Guapa, Suzanne Enzerink 


  • Free Jazz, Everything inside of me is screaming, and Umbra, Asia Johnson

Book Review

  • The Feminist War on Crime: The Unexpected Role of Women's Liberation in Mass Incarceration, by Aya Gruber (2020), Caitlin Reed Wiesner
  • Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World, by Zakiyyah Iman Jackson (2020), Julian Kevon Glover
  • Archiving an Epidemic: Arts, AIDS, and the Queer Chicanx Avant-Garde, by Robb Hernández (2019), Ricardo Montez