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Queer politics and poetics
Niall D. Richardson
Thesis (Ph. D.) - University of Ulster, 2003.
This book both analyses the translation of queerness and applies queer thought to issues of translation. It sheds light on the manner in which heteronormative societies influence the selection, reading and translation of texts and pays attention to the means by which such heterosexism might be subverted. Queer Milton is the first book-length study dedicated to anti-heteronormative approaches to the poetry and prose of John Milton. Organized into sections on “Eroticism and Form” and “Temporality and Affect,” essays in this volume read Milton’s works through radical queer interpretive frameworks that have elsewhere animated and enriched Renaissance Studies.
Queer theory is a field of critical theory that emerged in the early s out of the fields of queer studies and women's studies. Queer theory includes both queer readings of texts and the theorization of 'queerness' itself. [clarify] Heavily influenced by the work of Lauren Berlant, Leo Bersani, Judith Butler, Lee Edelman, Jack Halberstam, and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, queer theory builds both. Queer Filipinx/Pilipinx Poetics: Celebrating Filipino American History Month. Author: Kay Ulanday Barrett. Octo For October I’m celebrating Filipino American History Month/FAHM. I felt it was important to honor the work of Filipino/a/x poets that have been a .
A provocative and sophisticated book that challenges the presumed opposition between lesbian feminism and queer theory and rethinks orthodox notions about identity politics. Bonnie Zimmerman Identitiy Poetics is a thoughtful, provocative, and engaging : Linda Garber. Burdekin’s book is best Poetics Today (September ) DOI / q by Porter Institute for Poetics and Semiotics require a refusal of politics itself. Keywords feminism, queer studies, dystopia, speculative fiction, s Who would, after all, come out for abortion or stand against reproduction, against File Size: KB.
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Unpacking Queer Politics argues that the strong lesbian feminist movement of the s, which was able to articulate a philosophy and practice that distinguished lesbian politics from gay male politics, was submerged in the s beneath a gay male agenda called queer by: Global Queer Politics.
A Palgrave Book Series. likes. Edited by Jordi Díez, Sonia Corrêa, David Paternotte, and Matthew Waites The Global Queer Politics book series is a new outlet for research Followers: A provocative and sophisticated book that challenges the presumed opposition between lesbian feminism and queer theory and rethinks orthodox notions about identity politics., Bonnie Zimmerman Identitiy Poetics is a thoughtful, provocative, and engaging book.
Careful to aknowledge the ideas of others, Garber sets a wonderful tone for her arguements, one of allied scholarship rather than Cited by: I gave these works of Aristotle a four star rating based entirely on the politics book and not the poetics book.
The poetics is probably quite useful to a person interested in writing any type of literature or work of drama for stage or screen but my knowledge of something like that is extremely limited at best/5.
Identity Poetics examines the works of five influential poet-activist-theorists to demonstrate the links between two schools of thought that are frequently pitched as opponents in ideological battle—often figured as a generation gap between lesbian thinkers—and to restore to their central place in the story the works of working-class/lesbians of color whose marginalization is foundational.
In recent years, lesbians and gay men have developed a new, aggressive style of politics. At the same time, innovative intellectual energies have made queer theory an explosive field of study.
In "Fear of a Queer Planet", Michael Warner draws on emerging new queer politics, and shows how queer activists have come to challenge basic assumptions about the social and political world.5/5(1). A full-length exploration of the relation between poetics and queer theory, Queer Poetics presents a theoretical framework that can illuminate not only the ways we read the specific poetic innovations of the six major writers in this study, but also the ways we read literary modernism itself, by placing both in a different social and epistemological context--that of "queer" existence.
Queer Migration Politics offers activists, queer scholars, feminists, and immigration scholars productive tools for theorizing political efficacy. "This is the sphere of academic work, but Chávez goes beyond that, calling for theorization that privileges the experiences of those walking the streets and putting their bodies on the line."-- make.
In this sense, Audre Lorde both draws on the poetics of lesbian feminism and pre-figures the politics of postmodernism. Lorde is a pivotal character connecting lesbian feminism and queer theory; in her multiple self-positioning as “Black lesbian feminist warrior poet mother,”¹ she stands historically and rhetorically at the crux of the so.
Politics and Poetics in Latin America. Author: Charles Hatfield; Publisher: University of Texas Press ISBN: X Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The Limits of Identity is a polemical critique of the repudiation of universalism and the theoretical commitment to identity and difference embedded in Latin American literary and cultural studies.
Unpacking Queer Politics argues that the strong lesbian feminist movement of the s, which was able to articulate a philosophy and practice that distinguished lesbian politics from gay male politics, was submerged in the s beneath a gay male agenda called queer politics/5(19).
A provocative and sophisticated book that challenges the presumed opposition between lesbian feminism and queer theory and rethinks orthodox notions about identity politics.
Bonnie Zimmerman Identitiy Poetics is a thoughtful, provocative, and engaging book. 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. The connections, Garber shows, are most clearly seen when looking at the pivotal work of working-class lesbians/lesbians of color whose articulations of multiple, simultaneous identity positions and activist politics both belong to lesbian feminism and presage queer theory.
Identity Poetics includes a critical overview of recent historical. The Politics and Poetics of Camp is an incisive, uncontainable and entertaining collection of essays by some of the foremost critics working in queer theory, from a number of disciplinary perspectives.
This book makes a well-timed intervention into an emerging by: "This book contains a list of the words and phrases that make Australian English so distinctive, together with explanations of meaning and origin."--Provided by publisher.
Category: Reference The Politics And Poetics Of Camp. Delineating an approach to activism at the intersection of queer rights, immigration rights, and social justice, Queer Migration Politics examines a series of "coalitional moments" in which contemporary activists discover and respond to the predominant rhetoric, imagery, and ideologies that signal a.
Galvin provides a critical look at the intersections between the development of queer consciousness and the poetic experimentations of Emily Dickinson, Amy Lowell, Gertrude Stein, Mina Loy, Djuna Barnes, and H.D., one that places them in a continuum of non-heterocentric existence.
While these. Queer TV: Theories, Histories, Politics is the first book to explore television in all its scope and complexity – its industry, production, texts, audiences, pleasures and politics – in relation to queerness.
Identitiy Poetics is a thoughtful, provocative, and engaging book. Careful to aknowledge the ideas of others, Garber sets a wonderful tone for her arguements, one of allied scholarship rather than academic crossfire.A provocative and sophisticated book that challenges the presumed opposition between lesbian feminism and queer theory and.
Alison December 2nd, Thanks for all this I’m old-fashioned and a woman, so ‘queer’ always sounds male to me, of any unstraight/bent sort, so including the GBT inhabitants of LGBT, but not me, L.
Queer was reinvented while I wasn’t paying attention (probably watching TV rather than at a conference); friends, Ls I’d have said, tell me they identify as queer these days, so I.1 day ago In the work of poet Michael Farrell, grammatical enigmas proliferate and semantic incongruity is the general rule.
There are typographical antics, non sequitur pop-culture references, colourful bits of high-culture flotsam, academician japes, twee caricatures and awkward eroticisms.
There are even occasional passages of unambiguous narrative sense.How history and politics powerfully inform and shape a poet’s queer poetics – e.g.
whether or not the poet is from or currently lives in a country that has 1) legalized gay marriage, 2) refused to promote any kind of anti-discrimination legislation, or 3) continually criminalized queer lives .