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Queerly Remembered

Author : Thomas R. Dunn
ISBN : 1611176700
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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An interdisciplinary examination of the strategies GLBTQ communities have used to advocate for political, social, and cultural change

Queerly Remembered

Author : Thomas R. Dunn
ISBN : 9781611176711
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Queerly Remembered investigates the ways in which gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (GLBTQ) individuals and communities have increasingly turned to public tellings of their ostensibly shared pasts in order to advocate for political, social, and cultural change in the present. Much like nations, institutions, and other minority groups before them, GLBTQ people have found communicating their past(s)—particularly as expressed through the concept of memory—a rich resource for leveraging historical and contemporary opinions toward their cause. Drawing from the interdisciplinary fields of rhetorical studies, memory studies, gay and lesbian studies, and queer theory, Thomas R. Dunn considers both the ephemeral tactics and monumental strategies that GLBTQ communities have used to effect their queer persuasion. More broadly this volume addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by embracing historical representations of GLBTQ individuals and communities as a political strategy. Particularly for a diverse community whose past is marked by the traumas of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the forgetting and destruction of GLBTQ history, and the sometimes-divisive representational politics of fluid, intersectional identities, portraying a shared past is an exercise fraught with conflict despite its potential rewards. Nonetheless, by investigating rich rhetorical case studies through time and across diverse artifacts—including monuments, memorials, statues, media publications, gravestones, and textbooks—Queerly Remembered reveals that our current queer “turn toward memory” is a complex, enduring, and avowedly rich rhetorical undertaking.

Queering Public Address

Author : Charles E. Morris
ISBN : 1570036640
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Ten noted rhetorical critics disrupt the silence regarding nonnormative sexualities in the study of American historical discourse and upend the heteronormativity that governs much of rhetorical history. Enacting both political and radical visions, these scholars articulate the promises of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender public address. The contributors consider figures such as Abraham Lincoln, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harvey Milk, Marlon Riggs, and Lorraine Hansberry; and issues as diverse as collective identity, nineteenth-century semiotics of gender and sexuality, the sexual politics of the Harlem Renaissance, psychiatric productions of the queer, and violence-induced traumatic styles.

Virtual Intimacies

Author : Shaka McGlotten
ISBN : 9781438448794
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This book uses prominent policy issues and major studies of welfare and job programs to bring to life crucial questions about how social science can best serve social policy.

Reclaiming Queer

Author : Erin J. Rand
ISBN : 9780817318284
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The activist reclamation of the word "queer" is one marker of this shift in ideology and practice, and it was mirrored in academic circles by the concurrent emergence of the new field of "queer theory." That is, as queer activists were mobilizing in the streets, queer theorists were producing a similar foment in the halls and publications of academia, questioning regulatory categories of gender and sexuality, and attempting to illuminate the heteronormative foundations of Western thought. Notably, the narrative of queer theory’ s development often describes it as arising from or being inspired by queer activism. In Reclaiming Queer, Erin J. Rand examines both queer activist and academic practices during this period, taking as her primary object the rhetorical linkage of queer theory in the academy with street-level queer activism.

Qed A Journal In Glbtq Worldmaking 4

Author : Charles E. Morris III
ISBN : 1684300444
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IN THIS ISSUE Essays Gerald Stephen Jackson, "Transcoding Sexuality: Computational Performativity and Queer Code Practices" James J. Arnett, "The Revolution Will Be Working Class and Queer: Dos Passos's Three Soldiers, Progressive Politics, and Revolutionary Rhetorics" Forum Jennifer Tyburczy, "Queer Resistance" Kemi Adeyemi, "Donald Trump is the Perfect Man for the Job" Karma R. Chávez, "From Sanctuary to a Queer Politics of Fugitivity" Clare Croft, Efren Cruz Cortez, Jennifer Harge, Leyya Tawil, "a provocation towards moving" Xandra Ibarra, "Training for Exhaustion (2015)" Alexandra Rodríguez de Ruiz, "Queers Resisting Trump and White Supremacy in Mexico City" Benny LeMaster, "Notes on Trans Relationality" Aimee Carrillo Rowe, "A Queer Indigenous Manifesto" Pavithra Prasad, "Outsider Orbits: Disavowal and Dissent in the United States" Oli Rodriguez, "Spaces of Solidarity: The Last Seduction/La Seducción Fatal" Kimberlee Pérez, Craig Gingrich Philbrook, "'In the Wake of "The Violence of Heteronormativity': Reflecting on, Contending with Affective Remains" Gust A. Yep, "Further Notes on Healing from 'The Violence of Heteronormativity in Communication Studies'" Benny LeMaster, "Unlearning the Violence of the Normative" Karma R. Chávez, "Homonormativity and Violence against Immigrants" Jonathan M. Gray, "Heteronormativity without Nature: Toward a Queer Ecology" Elizabeth Whitney, "The Sex that God Can't See: Heteronormativity, Whiteness, and the Erasure of Queer Desire in Popular Media" Naida Zukić, "The Violence of Heteronormativity: Queer Worldmaking in Anohni's Hopelessness" Dawn Marie D. McIntosh, "Victims, Protectors, and Possibilities for Change: White Womanhood and the Violence of Heteronormativity" Megan Volpert, "Every Violent August: Postcards from the Trenches of High School" Allen Conkle, "Not Nothing" Kimberlee Pérez, Craig Gingrich Philbrook, "Letters" Book Reviews Jin Haritaworn, Queer Lovers and Hateful Others: Regenerating Violent Times and Places, reviewed by Hana Masri Tan Hoang Nguyen, A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation, reviewed by Albert Rintrona III Thomas R. Dunn, Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past, reviewed by Cory Geraths Sara L. McKinnon, Gendered Asylum: Race and Violence in U.S. Law and Politics, reviewed by Lario J. Albarrán Mimi Schippers, Beyond Monogamy: Polyamory and the Future of Polyqueer Sexualities, reviewed by Jess Matias-Vega

Communicating The City

Author : Giorgia Aiello
ISBN : 1433130971
Genre : Cities and towns
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How human meanings, practices and interactions produce and are produced by urban space is the focus of this timely and exciting addition to the study of urban communication. Challenging notions of the 'urban' as physically, economically or technologically determined, this book explores key intersections of discourse, materiality, technology, mobility, identity and inequality in acts of communication across urban and urbanizing contexts. From leisure and media consumption among Chinese migrant workers in a Guangdong village to the diverse networks and communication infrastructures of global cities like London and Los Angeles, this collection combines a range of perspectives to ask fundamental questions about the significance and status of cities in times of intensified mediation and connectivity. With case studies from Italy, Britain, Ireland, Russia, the United States and China, this international collection demonstrates that both empirical and critical knowledge on the relationship between communication and urban life has become vital across the humanities and social sciences. Communicating the City will be essential reading for all scholars and students who desire to gain an in-depth understanding of the multiple roles that media and communication have in lived experiences of the city.

Infertility

Author : Robin E. Jensen
ISBN : 0271076208
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Analyzes how infertility has been defined in and across technical, mainstream, and lay communities, and how different, emergent conceptualizations of infertility have had implications for individuals and the societies in which they live"--Provided by publisher.

Prison Power

Author : Lisa M. Corrigan
ISBN : 1496814878
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How iconic autobiographies found incarceration pivotal to the transition between civil rights and Black Power

An Archive Of Hope

Author : Harvey Milk
ISBN : 9780520275492
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Harvey Milk was one of the first openly and politically gay public officials in the United States, and his remarkable activism put him at the very heart of a pivotal civil rights movement reshaping America in the 1970s. An Archive of Hope is Milk in his own words, bringing together in one volume a substantial collection of his speeches, columns, editorials, political campaign materials, open letters, and press releases, culled from public archives, newspapers, and personal collections. The volume opens with a foreword from Milk’s friend, political advisor, and speech writer Frank Robinson, who remembers the man who “started as a Goldwater Republican and ended his life as the last of the store front politicians” who aimed to “give ‘em hope” in his speeches. An illuminating introduction traces GLBTQ politics in San Francisco, situates Milk within that context, and elaborates the significance of his discourse and memories both to 1970s-era gay rights efforts and contemporary GLBTQ worldmaking.

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