Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices and Politics
Kath Browne, Jason Lim, Gavin Brown
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Social Science - 264 pages
Drawing 'founding' figures of the field together with emerging authors, this innovative volume uses original material to provide a broad, interdisciplinary and international overview of the geographies of sexualities.
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Introduction or Why Have a Book on Geographies of Sexualities?
From Lesbian and Gay to Queer Geographies Pasts Prospects and Possibilities
Sexuality the Erotic and Geography Epistemology Methodology and Pedagogy
Queer Critique and the Politics of Affect
Developmental Desire andor Transnational Jouissance Reformulating Sexual Subjectivities in Transcultural Contact Zones
Fucking Geography Again
Playing with Restraints Space Citizenship and BDSM
The Queer Unwanted and Their Undesirable Otherness
Straights in a Gay Bar Negotiating Boundaries through TimeSpaces
Between Transgression and Complicity Or Can the Straight Guy have a Queer Eye?
Pussies Declawed Unpacking the Politics of a Queer Womens Bathhouse Raid
Religion Identity and Activism Queer Muslim Diasporic Identities
HIV+ Bodyspace AIDS and the Queer Politics of Future Negation in AotearoaNew Zealand
Autonomy Affinity and Play in the Spaces of Radical Queer Activism
Counting on Queer Geography
Queer Mixed Race? Interrogating Homonormativity through Thai Interraciality
Drag Queens and Drab Dykes Deploying and Deploring Femininities
Conclusions and Future Directions or Our Hopes for Geographies of Sexualities and Queer Geographies
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Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices, and Politics
Kath Browne,Jason Lim,Gavin Brown
Limited preview - 2007
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