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The Routledge Queer Studies Readerprovides a comprehensive resource and textbook for students and scholars working in this vibrant and interdisciplinary field. The volume traces the emergence and development of Queer Studies, presenting reproductions of the key critical essays crucial for any study, alongside more recent essays, exploring exciting new directions. Each section is individually edited and introduced by a prominent scholar, contextualising the work within its historical, disciplinary and theoretical boundaries. Section subject areas include Genealogies, Sex, Temporalities, Kinship, Affect, Bodies and Borders. The book is edited by two of the leading scholars in the field and features valuable pedagogical tools, including discussion questions, an annotated bibliography and a glossary. The Routledge Queer Studies Readeris a field-defining volume and presents illuminating guide for established scholars and also those new to Queer Studies.
Donald E. Hall is Professor and Herbert and Ann Siegel Dean of Art and Sciences at Lehigh University, USA. Annamarie Jagose is Professor and Head of the School of Letters, Art and Media at the University of Sydney, Australia. Andrea Bebell is a Graduate Teaching Assistant at West Virginia University, USA. Susan Potter is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Film, Television and Media Studies at the University of Auckland, New Zealand Aotearoa.
Table of Contents
|Queer and Now||p. 3|
|Critically Queer||p. 18|
|Judith Butler: Queer Feminism, Transgender, and the Transubstantiation of Sex||p. 32|
|The Queer Intervention||p. 60|
|Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens: The Radical Potential of Queer Politics?||p. 74|
|"Quare" Studies, or "(Almost) Everything I Know About Queer Studies I Learned From My Grandmother"||p. 96|
|Introduction: Queer of Color Critique, Historical Materialism, and Canonical Sociology||p. 119|
|The Material of Sex||p. 134|
|Lacan Meets Queer Theory||p. 150|
|Sex in Public||p. 165|
|Viral Sex and the Politics of Life||p. 180|
|Experimental Desire: Rethinking Queer Subjectivity||p. 194|
|Do You Want Queer Theory (Or Do You Want the Truth)? Intersections of Punk and Queer in the 1970s||p. 223|
|Turn the Beat Around: Sadomasochism, Temporality, History||p. 236|
|How to Do the History of Male Homosexuality||p. 262|
|The Future is Kid Stuff: Queer Theory, Disidentification, and the Death Drive||p. 287|
|Transnational Adoption and Queer Diasporas||p. 301|
|Making Queer Familia||p. 324|
|Romancing Kinship: A Queer Reading of Indian Education and Zitkala-Sa's American Indian Stories||p. 333|
|Notes on Gridlock: Genealogy, Intimacy, Sexuality||p. 355|
|Aids Activism and Public Feelings: Documenting Act Up's Lesbians||p. 373|
|Archiving Queer Feelings in Hong Kong||p. 398|
|Feeling Brown, Feeling Down: Latina Affect, the Performativity of Race, and the Depressive Position||p. 412|
|Queer Feelings||p. 422|
|What Can Queer Theory Do for Intersex?||p. 445|
|Transgender Butch: Butch/FTM Border Wars and the Masculine Continuum||p. 464|
|Compulsory Able-Bodiedness and Queer/Disabled Existence||p. 488|
|Hypothalamic Preference: Levay's Study of Sexual Orientation||p. 498|
|Queer Times, Queer Assemblages||p. 515|
|Queer Intersections: Sexuality and Gender In Migration Studies||p. 529|
|Border/Line Sex: Queer Postcolonialities or How Race Matters Outside the U.S.||p. 547|
|Transgender without Organs? Mobilizing a Geo-Affective Theory of Gender Modification||p. 558|
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