Developing the intellectual project initiated in Queering Paradigms, this volume extends queer theorizing in challenging new directions and uses queer insights to explore, trouble, and interrogate the social, political, and intellectual agendas that pervade (and are often taken for granted within) public discourses and academic disciplines.
The contributing authors include queer theorists, socio-linguists, sociologists, political activists, educators, social workers and criminologists. Together, they contribute not only to the ongoing process of theorizing queerly, but also to the critique and reformulation of their respective disciplines.
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Contents Matthew Ball and Burkhard Scherer Introduction: Queering Paradigms, Interrogating Agendas 1 Part I Interrogating Queer 11 Anita Brady “How Could it Hurt You When it Looks so Good?” Commodity Culture and Queer Authenticity 13 Jessica Rodgers Queers Doing Theory: Australian Queer Student Activist Print Media’s Representations of Capitalism 29 Pip Muratore Sexuality and Voyeurism from le Moulin-Rouge to Moulin Rouge! 47 Part II Queer Subjectivities 61 Liz Morrish and Helen Sauntson Gender, Desire and Identity in a Corpus of Lesbian Erotica 63 Andrew McLean “I Don’t Hate ‘Real’ Women:” Gay Men and “Trans-misogyny” 83 vi Eleonora Garosi Gender, Sex and (Hetero)Sexuality: A Critical Lesson from the Trans Experience in Italy 99 Part III Queer Spaces 113 Hongwei Bao People’s Park: The Politics of Naming and the Right to the City 115 Kathleen O’Mara Tacit Understandings: Claiming Non-Normative Sexual Citizenship in Ghana 133 Sue/Sujay Kentlyn Fight or Flight: (Gender) Queering (Sexuality) Queer Spaces 153 Part IV Queer Impacts 169 Sonja Vivienne Shouting from the Rooftops: Queer Digital Storytelling for Social Impact 171 Shé Hawke and Baden Of ford Queer(y)ing Pedagogy and Cultural Studies: Critical Ref lections on Teaching Sexuality 191 Maria Katharina Wiedlack “LOL – Lick it Out Loud:” Punk Rock as a Form of Queer Activism 209 vii Part V Politics and Social Institutions 225 Francesco Ricatti Obscene Fantasies of Hypertrophic Heterosexuality: Reframing Berlusconi from a Queer Theory Perspective 227 Damien W. Riggs “What About the Children!” Homophobia, Accusations of Pedophilia, and the Construction of Childhood 245...
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