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Racial Borderlands: Suburban Plantation Culture and 'Rancho California (por favor)'
Unformatted Document Text:  Racial Borderlands/10/9/03, p.21 avowing and effacing lived space) proved to be a key to understanding the tortured logic of the region. It revealed not just how the landed status quo organizes workers lives as parts of “scenic” landscape. It also showed how indigenous Mixteco labor organizers exploit the same conditions. Occupying semi-public contact-zones and effaced no-man’s lands (legally ambiguous spaces), that is, provided migrants a beach-head from which to claim other rights that had more legal teeth (including fair labor, health and safety, and civil rights laws). Compared to the conventional video forms we set out to produce, these practices established the unauthorized management of space as a consequential form of “alternative media” in its own right. Sources: Baudry, Jean-Louis (1974) “Ideological Effects of the Basic Cinematographic Apparatus,” Film Quarterly 28, no.2 (Winter). Boyle, Dierdre (1997) Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited. Oxford University Press. Butler, Judith (1990) Gender Trouble: Feminism & the Subversion of Identity. New York: Routledge. Caldwell, John (ed) (2000) Electronic Media and Technoculture, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press City of Escondido (1996) “Project Workplan,” Project Cosecha Nuestra (Our Harvest Project) Abstract, October 11. Cockburn, Cynthia (1992) “The Circuit of Technology,” in Roger Silverstone & Eric Hirsch eds., Consuming Technologies. New York: Routledge. Comolli, Jean-Louis (1986) “Technique and Ideology: Camera, Perspective, Depth of Field,” In Narrative, Apparatus, Ideology, Philip Rosen, ed., Translated by the British Film Institute, 421-443. New York: Columbia University Press. DeJesus, Rosalinda (1997) "Focus Turns to Improving Nutrition Habits," Hartford Courant, January 22, B1. DeJesus, Rosalinda (1997) "Study: City's Latino Children Not Eating Right," Hartford Courant, January 21, A3. Gomez-Pena, Guillermo (2000) “The Virtual Barrio @ The Other Frontier,” in J. Caldwell (ed) Electronic Media and Technoculture, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Hillis, Ken (1996) "A Geography of the Eye: The Technologies of Virtual Reality," in Rob Shields (ed.), Cultures of the Internet: Virtual Spaces, Real Histories, Living Bodies. London: Sage Press. 70-98. Hillis, Ken (1999) "Perfect Clarity, Fractured Flesh, Digital Queers and Informational Subjectivity," paper presented at the "Knowing Mass Culture/Mediating Knowledge" Conference, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, May 1. Jenkins, Henry (1992) Textual Poachers, New York: Routledge. Lyons, Geanne K., Susan I. Woodruff, Jeanette I. Candelaria, Joan W. Rupp, and John P. Elder (1996) "Development of a Protocol to Assess Dietary Intake Among Hispanics who Have Low Skills in English," Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Vol. 96, No. 12, ISSN: 0002-8223 (from AllNewsPlus, 12/1/96 J. Am. Dietetic A. 1276, 1996, WL 9448338). McLuhan, Marshall (1964, 1994) Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Morse, Margaret (1998) Virtualities: Television, Media Art, and Cyberculture. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

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Racial Borderlands/10/9/03, p.21
avowing and effacing lived space) proved to be a key to understanding the tortured logic of the
region. It revealed not just how the landed status quo organizes workers lives as parts of “scenic”
landscape. It also showed how indigenous Mixteco labor organizers exploit the same conditions.
Occupying semi-public contact-zones and effaced no-man’s lands (legally ambiguous spaces), that
is, provided migrants a beach-head from which to claim other rights that had more legal teeth
(including fair labor, health and safety, and civil rights laws). Compared to the conventional video
forms we set out to produce, these practices established the unauthorized management of space
as a consequential form of “alternative media” in its own right.
Sources:
Baudry, Jean-Louis (1974) “Ideological Effects of the Basic Cinematographic Apparatus,” Film
Quarterly 28, no.2 (Winter).
Boyle, Dierdre (1997) Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited. Oxford University Press.
Butler, Judith (1990) Gender Trouble: Feminism & the Subversion of Identity. New York: Routledge.
Caldwell, John (ed) (2000) Electronic Media and Technoculture, New Brunswick: Rutgers
University Press
City of Escondido (1996) “Project Workplan,” Project Cosecha Nuestra (Our Harvest
Project) Abstract, October 11.
Cockburn, Cynthia (1992) “The Circuit of Technology,” in Roger Silverstone & Eric Hirsch
eds., Consuming Technologies. New York: Routledge.
Comolli, Jean-Louis (1986) “Technique and Ideology: Camera, Perspective, Depth of Field,”
In Narrative, Apparatus, Ideology, Philip Rosen, ed., Translated by the British Film
Institute, 421-443. New York: Columbia University Press.
DeJesus, Rosalinda (1997) "Focus Turns to Improving Nutrition Habits," Hartford Courant,
January 22, B1.
DeJesus, Rosalinda (1997) "Study: City's Latino Children Not Eating Right," Hartford Courant,
January 21, A3.
Gomez-Pena, Guillermo (2000) “The Virtual Barrio @ The Other Frontier,” in J. Caldwell (ed) Electronic
Media and Technoculture, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Hillis, Ken (1996) "A Geography of the Eye: The Technologies of Virtual Reality," in Rob Shields
(ed.), Cultures of the Internet: Virtual Spaces, Real Histories, Living Bodies. London:
Sage Press. 70-98.
Hillis, Ken (1999) "Perfect Clarity, Fractured Flesh, Digital Queers and Informational Subjectivity,"
paper presented at the "Knowing Mass Culture/Mediating Knowledge" Conference,
University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, May 1.
Jenkins, Henry (1992) Textual Poachers, New York: Routledge.
Lyons, Geanne K., Susan I. Woodruff, Jeanette I. Candelaria, Joan W. Rupp, and John P. Elder
(1996) "Development of a Protocol to Assess Dietary Intake Among Hispanics who Have
Low Skills in English," Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Vol. 96, No. 12, ISSN: 0002-
8223 (from AllNewsPlus, 12/1/96 J. Am. Dietetic A. 1276, 1996, WL 9448338).
McLuhan, Marshall (1964, 1994) Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man.
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Morse, Margaret (1998) Virtualities: Television, Media Art, and Cyberculture. Bloomington:
Indiana University Press.


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