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Queering Paradigms VIII

Queer-Feminist Solidarity and the East/West Divide

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Edited By Katharina Wiedlack, Saltanat Shoshanova and Masha Godovannaya

Queering Paradigms VIII brings together critical discourses on queer-feminist solidarity between Western, post-Soviet and post-socialist contexts. It highlights transnational solidarity efforts against homophobia, transphobia and misogyny. It engages grass-roots activists and community organizers in a conversation with scholars, and shows that the lines between these categories are blurry and that queer theorists and analysts are to be found in all spheres of queer-feminist culture. It highlights that queer paradigms and theories are born in street protests, in community spaces, in private spheres, through art and culture as well as in academia, and that the different contexts speak to each other.

This anthology presents some of the radical approaches that emerge at the intersection of activism, community organizing, art and academia, through transnational exchange, migration and collaborations. It is a celebration of alliances and solidarities between activism, community building, art, culture and academic knowledge production. Yet, the collected work also brings forward the necessary critique of Western hegemonies involved in contemporary queer-feminist solidarity activism and theory between the ‘East’ and ‘West.’ It is an important thinking about, thinking through and thinking in solidarity and the East/West divide, setting new impulses to fight oppression in all its forms.

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academia 11, 34, 155, 156, 158, 165, 268, 269

‘Western’ 158, 265

activism 8, 22, 28, 38, 52, 57, 72, 100, 102, 112, 144, 167, 177, 180–181, 186, 189, 204, 245, 264–265, 269, 272–277, 279–281, 284–285, 302, 304, 329, 354, 355, 356, 357

solidarity 4, 5, 43, 45

transnational 22, 265, 271–273, 284

affective dimensions 6

agency 11, 25, 28, 65, 116, 139, 170, 171, 176, 207, 221, 223

agency-deprived 68

androcentrism 162, 169

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