6 edition of Queer theory found in the catalog.
by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York
Includes bibliographical references (p. 192-216) and index.
|Statement||edited by Iain Morland and Annabelle Willox.|
|Series||Readers in cultural criticism|
|Contributions||Morland, Iain, 1978-, Willox, Annabelle, 1975-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|ISBN 10||1403916934, 1403916942|
|LC Control Number||2004042101|
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Queer theory is a rapidly growing field in the critical theory tradition. Often examining the intersection of capitalism, gender, heterosexism and the state, queer theory is constantly seeking to break down norms and question the status quo. We spoke to a few queer theory aficionados and came up with this list of 20 must-read queer theory texts. “Overall the book achieves its aim most efficiently and pleasurably, serving as an introduction to the academic world of Queer Theory” Queer: A Graphic History is a lucid little book that manages despite or because of its light-hearted format to provide clarity on the varied, sometimes contradictory, and still evolving meanings of the term queer, which can be used as Author: Dr. Meg-John Barker.
Yet queer is a category still in the process of formation. In Queer Theory, Annamarie Jagose provides a clear and concise explanation of queer theory, tracing it as part of an intriguing history of same-sex love over the last : $ Praise “Edelman has certainly articulated a new direction for queer theory, making No Future required reading both within the field and beyond.” — Andrea Fontenot, Modern Fiction Studies “The book represents a rigorous attempt to think at once generatively and against tropes of generation, to work at once in irony and in earnest to demonstrate the political’s material Author: Lee Edelman.
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Queer Theory is one of the most contested and intellectually complex movements in contemporary sexual politics. Where did it come from, and what does it do. Is queer theory only for queers. If you have ever wanted to be a leather daddy, been puzzled by performativity, tried to measure bisexuality, or wondered whether Diana, Princess of Wales could be a gay icon.
Gender studies and queer theory explore issues of sexuality, power, and marginalized populations (woman as other) in literature and culture. Much of the work in gender studies and queer theory, while influenced by feminist criticism, emerges from post-structural interest in fragmented, de-centered knowledge building (Nietzsche, Derrida.
In offering an updated reflection on the present tensions that queer theory must negotiate, as well as its unfolding future(s), Queer Theory Now is an ideal resource for anyone starting out on their queer theory journey; for students who want to get a grasp of the basic concepts, for teachers looking for a textbook for their queer theory course.
I doubt the book is intended for more advanced scholars. My main take-aways were that queer theory abhors binaries, queer theory doesn’t hold much with essences, and queer theory is rather ill-defined and kind of a mash-up, probably containing the seeds of its own by: This book is an excellent introcution to anyone who wants to know what is meant by 'queer theory', and how it relates to concepts such as gender, gender rights, feminism and LGBT studies.
Wilchins is not primarily an academic and this shows in the writing - there are few references to other works, and a few points on Derrida and Foucault are a Cited by: This is a short but dense book that deals with the nebulous and elusive critical mode known as queer theory.
From the beginning Jagose makes the point that attempting to pin an exact definition to queer theory would be destructive since a large part of the appeal of queer theory is its ambiguity and open ended nature/5. Queer Theory: A Rough Introduction.
Queer theory’s origin is hard to clearly define, since it came from multiple critical and cultural contexts, including feminism, post-structuralist theory, radical movements of people of color, the gay and lesbian movements, AIDS activism, many sexual subcultural practices such as sadomasochism, and : Literatures and Languages Library.
In a Queer Time and Place: Transgender Bodies, Subcultural Lives. Halberstam, J. Jack. The Queer Art of Failure. Halperin, David M. "Is There a History of Sexuality?" Hames-García, Michael.
“Queer Theory Revisited,” in Gay Latino Studies:. Both disability studies and queer theory are centrally concerned with how bodies, pleasures, and identities are represented as ‘normal’ or as abject, but Crip Theory is the first book to analyze thoroughly the ways in which these interdisciplinary fields inform each other.
Drawing on feminist theory, African American and Latino/a cultural Author: Christina Orlando. Reviews "Feminist and Queer Theory is a vital contribution to the field of women's, gender, and sexuality studies. The authors have created a rigorous reader that is also accessible--it is unique, timely, and extremely valuable.
The book's transnational focus only adds to its originality and value."--Corie Hammers, Macalester College "Feminist and Queer Theory moves past the. Queer theory is motivated by a concern with identity but, paradoxically, is also anti‐identitarian, calling into question the idea that sex, gender, and sexuality are essential qualities of the self.
Building on queer theory’s refusal of sanctity, propriety, and moralisms of all sorts, Schotten ultimately contends that the answer to Bush’s ultimatum is clear: dissidents must reject the false choice he presents and stand decisively against “us,” rejecting its moralism and the sanctity of its “life,” in order to further a truly.
Queer theory is an indispensable tool for researchers asking questions about the roles of power, discourse, and knowledge in the development and sustenance of structural forms of domination.
The in-depth, diverse, and accessible essays in Queer Game Studies use queerness to challenge the ideas that have dominated gaming discussions. This volume reveals the capacious albeit underappreciated communities that are making, playing, and studying queer games, demonstrating the centrality of LGBTQ issues to the gamer world and establishing an.
The Trouble with Normal: Sex, Politics, and the Ethics of Queer Life is a book by Michael Warner, in which the author discusses the role of same-sex marriage as a goal for gay rights activists. First published in by The Free Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, it was re-published in in paperback by Harvard University argues that the right to marry is an Author: Michael Warner.
What exactly is queer theory. Queer theory is hard to define. Tiina Rosenberg, queer scientist and Associate Professor in Theater Studies at Stockholm University writes: [Our translation] In short, queer theory shifts gender discrimination from being about the exclusion of women by patriarchy to the exclusion of non-heterosexual by heterosexual norms.
Librarian's tip: Chap. 7 "Queer Theory and Fluid Identities" Read preview Overview Wishing for Political Dominance: Representations of History and Community in Queer Theory By Mitchell, Peter Australian Literary Studies, Vol.
21, No. 2, October In Queer Theory: An Introduction, Annamarie Jagose provides a clear and concise explanation of queer theory, tracing it as part of an intriguing history of same-sex love over the last century, from mid-century homophile movements to gay liberation, the women's movement and lesbian feminism, to the re-appropriation of the term "queer".
Carefully interrogating the arguments of 1/5(1). Queer theory, which Ms. Sedgwick developed along with Judith Butler, a professor at the University of California, Berkley, is a prism through which scholars examine literary texts. “This book is an imagining.” So begins this collection examining critical, Indigenous-centered approaches to understanding gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and Two-Spirit (GLBTQ2) lives and communities and the creative implications of queer theory in Native studies.
Queer theory, in part, is a reaction to a school of s feminism that believed each sex comes with its own essential characteristics. You know, girls are calm and thoughtful, while boys are spontaneous and passionate, that sort of thing.Queer theory and politics originated in the s and continue to be influential today.
Many books are written from this perspective, and they inform university courses—Leeds University, for example, offers an MA in Gender, Sexuality and Queer Theory.Queer Theory in Education brings together the most prominent and promising scholars in the field of education--primarily but not exclusively in curriculum--in the first volume on queer theory in education.
In his perceptive introduction, the editor outlines queer theory as it is emerging in the field of education, its significance for all.