Queer Studies: Methodological Approaches. Follow-up
Robert Kulpa and Mia Liinason
This follow-up issue is a continuation of ideas we proposed in the first call for papers. It is a compelling “supplement” to the previous issue, enriching the already broad scope of interests presented. In this issue, the inquiries of the translation of queer are further problematised. While the December issue focused on the relationship between queer and geo-political contexts and academic cultures, the articles in current issue are focusing on the past, present and future of queer, further questioning the notion of “location’ and trans-historically located practises.
We begin with the article of Jonathan Kemp “Queer Past, Queer Present, Queer Future”, which... [read more]
Robert Kulpa and Mia Liinason, Queer Methodologies? pp.1-2 [PDF].
Queer Past, Queer Present, Queer Future, pp.3-23 [PDF].
“For Queer Eyes Only?": Creating Queer Performance Art at Univeristy, pp.24-41 [PDF].
Rude tools and material difference. Queer theory, ANT and materiality: an under-explored intersection?, pp.42-71 [PDF].
Between ordinary and deeply religious - Re/Negotiating the 'religious' and the 'secular' in the Finnish parliamentary debate on assisted reproduction, pp.72-94 [PDF].
Queer Eye for the Private Eye: Homonationalism and the Regulation of Queer Difference in Anthony Bidulka’s Russell Quant Mystery Series, pp.95-114 [PDF].
Sibilla Aleramo, Lina Poletti and Giovanni Cena:
Understanding Connections between Lesbian Desire, Feminism and Free Love in Early-Twentieth-Century Italy, pp. 115-140 [PDF].
Munt, Sally R. (2008) Queer Attachments, The Cultural Politics of Shame. Review by Richard Maguire (pp. 141-144) [PDF].
Jules Falquet (2006) De la cama a la calle: perspectivas teóricas lésbico-feministas [From the Bed to the Street: Lesbian-Feminist Theoretical Perspectives]. Review by Camila Esguerra Muelle. (pp. 145-148) [PDF].
Lee Edelman (2004) No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive. Review by
Robert Teixeira. (pp. 149-161) [PDF].
SEE THE DECEMBER 2008 FIRST ISSUE HERE