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Queer globalizations citizenship and the afterlife of colonialism

Queer globalizations citizenship and the afterlife of colonialism

Cruz-Malavé, Arnaldo; Manalansan, Martin F. 1960-

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published New York: New York University Press, c2002
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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé and Martin F. Manalansan IV
ISBN: 0814716237, 0814716245, 9780814716236, 9780814716243
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
Note: Pbk.
Physical Description: vii, 274 p. 24cm
Series: Sexual cultures
Subject: Homosexuality; Globalization; Human rights

Contents

  1. The wily homosexual (first
  2. and necessarily hasty
  3. notes) / Silviano Santiago
  4. Dissident globalizations, emancipatory methods, social erotics / Chela Sandoval
  5. "There are no lesbians here" : lesbianisms, feminisms, and global gay formations / Katie King
  6. Can homosexuals end western civilization as we know it? Family values in a global economy / Janet R. Jakobsen
  7. Family affairs : the discourse of global/localization / Miranda Joseph
  8. Redecorating the international economy : Keynes, Grant, and the queering of Bretton Woods / Bill Maurer
  9. Consuming lifestyle : commodity capitalism and transformations in gay identity / Ann Pellegrini
  10. Local sites/global contexts : the transnational trajectories of Deepa Mehta's Fire / Gayatri Gopinath
  11. Dancing La vida loca : the queer Nuyorican performances of Arthur Avilš and Elizabeth Marrero / Lawrence M. La Fountain-Stokes
  12. Syncretic religion and dissident sexualities / Roberto Strongman
  13. Stealth bombers of desire : the globalization of "alterity" in emerging democracies / Cindy Patton
  14. "Strangers on a train" : sexual citizenship and the politics of public transportation in apartheid Cape Town / William L. Leap
  15. Like blood for chocolate, like queers for vampires : border and global consumption in Rodrg̕uez, Tarantino, Arau, Esquivel, and Troyano (notes on baroque, camp, kitsch, and hybridization) / Joseba Gabilondo