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The Routledge queer studies reader

Author: Donald E Hall; Annamarie Jagose; Andrea Bebell; Susan Potter, (Film historian)
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013.
Series: Routledge literature readers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This reader provides a comprehensive resource for students and scholars working in this vibrant and interdisciplinary field. The book traces the emergence and development of queer studies as a field of scholarship, presenting key critical essays alongside more recent criticism that explores new directions.
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Genre/Form: Readers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald E Hall; Annamarie Jagose; Andrea Bebell; Susan Potter, (Film historian)
ISBN: 9780415564106 0415564107 9780415564113 0415564115
OCLC Number: 606776841
Description: xx, 586 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Genealogies: Queer and now / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick --
Critically queer / Judith Butler --
Judith Butler : queer feminism, transgender, and the transubstantiation of sex / Jay Prosser --
The queer intervention / Steven Angelides --
Punks, bulldaggers, and welfare queens : the radical potential of queer politics? / Cathy J. Cohen --
"Quare" studies, or "(Almost) everything I know about queer studies I learned from my grandmother" / E. Patrick Johnson --
Introduction : Queer of color critique, historical materialism, and canonical sociology / Roderick A. Ferguson --
The material of sex / Rosemary Hennessy --
Lacan meets queer theory / Tim Dean --
Sex: Sex in public / Lauren Berlant and Michael Warner --
Viral sex and the politics of life / Gregory Tomso --
Experimental desire : rethinking queer subjectivity / Elizabeth Grosz --
Dinge / Robert Reid-Pharr --
Temporalities: Do you want queer theory (or do you want the truth)? : intersections of punk and queer in the 1970s / Tavia Nyong'o --
Turn the beat around : sadomasochism, temporality, history / Elizabeth Freeman --
How to do the history of male homosexuality / David M. Halperin --
The future is kid stuff : queer theory, disidentification, and the death drive / Lee Edelman --
Kinship: Transnational adoption and queer diasporas / David L. Eng --
Making queer familia / Richard T. Rodríguez --
Romancing kinship : a queer reading of Indian education and Zitkala-Ŝa's American Indian stories / Mark Rifkin --
Notes on gridlock : genealogy, intimacy, sexuality / Elizabeth A. Povinelli --
Affect: AIDS activism and public feelings : documenting ACT UP's lesbians / Ann Cvetkovich --
Archiving queer feelings in Hong Kong / Helen Hok-Sze Leung --
Feeling brown, feeling down : Latina affect, the performativity of race, and the depressive position / José Esteban Muñoz --
Queer feelings / Sara Ahmed --
Bodies: What can queer theory do for intersex? / Iain Morland --
Transgender butch : butch/FTM border wars and the masculine continuum / Judith Halberstam --
Compulsory able-bodiedness and queer/disabled existence / Robert McRuer --
Hypothalamic preference : Levay's study of sexual orientation / Elizabeth A. Wilson --
Borders: Queer times, queer assemblages / Jasbir K. Puar --
Queer intersections : sexuality and gender in migration studies / Martin F. Manalansan IV --
Border/line sex : queer postcolonialities or how race matters outside the U.S. / Anjali Arondekar --
Transgender without organs? : mobilizing a geo-affective theory of gender modification / Lucas Cassidy Crawford.
Series Title: Routledge literature readers.
Other Titles: Queer studies reader
Responsibility: edited by Donald E. Hall and Annamarie Jagose, with Andrea Bebell and Susan Potter.

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This reader provides a comprehensive resource for students and scholars working in this vibrant and interdisciplinary field. The book traces the emergence and development of queer studies as a field of scholarship, presenting key critical essays alongside more recent criticism that explores new directions.

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'It is hard to imagine a volume that could represent the field more knowingly!' Robyn Wiegman, Duke University, USA'This fresh, innovative, and significant volume demonstrates convincingly the queer Read more...

 
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