9781560232773

Queer Theory and Communication: From Disciplining Queers to Queering the Discipline(s)

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    9781560232773

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    1560232773

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2004-02-24
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

A collection of essays on queer theory that incorporate theory, research, and interventions into the communication discipline.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xix
Foreword: My Trip to Queer xxi
Sally Miller Gearhart
I. RESEARCH AND INTERVENTIONS
Introduction: Queering Communication: Starting the Conversation
1(10)
Gust A. Yep, PhD
Karen E. Lovaas, PhD
John P. Elia, PhD
The Violence of Heteronormativity in Communication Studies: Notes on Injury, Healing, and Queer World-Making
11(50)
Gust A. Yep, PhD
Queering Relationships: Toward a Paradigmatic Shift
61(26)
John P. Elia, PhD
Speaking to Silence: Toward Queering Nonverbal Communication
87(22)
Karen E. Lovaas, PhD
Racisms, Heterosexisms, and Identities: A Semiotic Phenomenology of Self-Understanding
109(20)
Jacqueline M. Martinez, PhD
Queer Criticism and Sexual Normativity: The Case of Pee-wee Herman
129(18)
R. Anthony Slagle, PhD
Kuaering Queer Theory: My Autocritography and a Race-Conscious, Womanist, Transnational Turn
147(24)
Wenshu Lee, PhD
Immigrant Closets: Tactical-Micro-Practices-in-the-Hyphen
171(22)
Diana Fisher, PhD (cand.)
Negotiating Multiple Identities in a Queer Vietnamese Support Group
193(24)
Gina Masequesmay, PhD
The Specter of the Black Fag: Parody, Blackness, and Hetero/Homosexual B(r)others
217(18)
E. Patrick Johnson, PhD
The Queering of Swan Lake: A New Male Gaze for the Performance of Sexual Desire
235(22)
Kent G. Drummond, PhD
Queering Marriage: An Ideographic Interrogation of Heteronormative Subjectivity
257(20)
Davin Grindstaff, PhD
Transgender DeKalb: Observations of an Advocacy Campaign
277(20)
John R. Butler, PhD
Disciplining "Sextext": Queers, Fears, and Communication Studies
297(22)
A. Susan Owen, PhD
Nextext
319(16)
Thomas K. Nakayama, PhD
Frederick C. Corey, PhD
II. REFLECTIONS
Reflections on Queer Theory: Disparate Points of View
335(4)
John P. Elia, PhD
Karen E. Lovaas, PhD
Gust A. Yep, PhD
The Normalization of Queer Theory
339(6)
David M. Halperin, PhD
Queer Theory, Gay Movements, and Political Communication
345(4)
Ralph R. Smith, PhD
Querying Queer Theory Again (or Queer Theory as Drag Performance)
349(4)
Bryant Alexander, PhD
Queer Theory and Performance
353(4)
Craig Gingrich-Philbrook, PhD
Queer Theory in Education
357(4)
William P. Pinar, PhD
Reflections on Queer Studies and Queer Pedagogy
361(4)
Judith Halberstam, PhD
Queer Ideals in Education
365(4)
Kevin K. Kumashiro, PhD
Sounds Queer to Me: The Politics of Disillusionment
369(6)
Bettina Heinz, PhD
Queer Theory, New Millennium
375(6)
Lisa Henderson, PhD
Run Queer Asia Run
381(4)
John Nguyet Erni, PhD
Reflections on Queer Theory and Communication
385(6)
Joshua Gamson, PhD
III. RESOURCES
More Queer: Resources on Queer Theory
391(10)
John P. Elia, PhD
Catherine Swanson, MPH (cand.)
Amanda R. Goldberg, MPH (cand.)
Index 401

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