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Queering Autoethnography

Author: Stacy Holman Jones; Anne M Harris
Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Queering Autoethnography articulates for the first time the possibilities and politics of queering autoethnography, both in theoretical terms and as an intervention into narratives and cultures of apology, shame and fear. Despite the so-called mainstreaming of same-sex relationships and trans* visibility, many within gender's 'liminal zone' remain invisible and unrecognized, existing somewhere outside of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Holman Jones, Stacy.
Queering Autoethnography.
Milton : Routledge, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stacy Holman Jones; Anne M Harris
ISBN: 9781351976503 1351976508 9781351976510 1351976516 9781351976497 1351976494 9781315268590 1315268590 113828615X 9781138286153 1138286168 9781138286160
OCLC Number: 1061132110
Description: 1 online resource (139 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Queering Autoethnography; 1 Queering Monuments; 2 Queering Massacres; 3 Queering Movements; 4 Queering Mx; 5 Queering Monsters; 6 Queering Memory; Index

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Queering Autoethnography articulates for the first time the possibilities and politics of queering autoethnography, both in theoretical terms and as an intervention into narratives and cultures of apology, shame and fear. Despite the so-called mainstreaming of same-sex relationships and trans* visibility, many within gender's 'liminal zone' remain invisible and unrecognized, existing somewhere outside of heteronormative relationships and institutions. At the same time, the political and scholarly potential of autoethnography is expanding, particularly in its potential to evoke empathic and affective responses at a time of public numbness, a practice crucial to making scholarly research relevant to the work of global citizenship and crafting meaningful lives. This volume considers flash points in contemporary scholarly and popular culture such as queer memorializing and mourning; unintelligibility and monstrosity; physical, digital and cultural transformations of queer lives and bodies; the power and danger wrought in the public assembly of queer people in a culture of massacre; and the promise of queer futurities in the contemporary moment. It also makes original theoretical contributions that include concepts such as massacre culture, queer terror, mundane annihilations, and activist affect. The authors write these ideas in action, joining theory and story as a contact zone for analysis, critique and change.

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A stunning accomplishment, moving the discourse on autoethnography, politics, practice and the performing body to new levels. Defines the field for the next generation.Norman K. Denzin, Emeritus Read more...

 
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