Queer Temporalities This special issue of GLQ offers new essays on the sexual politics of time history and sequentiality and on the temporal poetics of sexual practices and erotic ways of being in the world In queer th

  • Title: Queer Temporalities
  • Author: Elizabeth Freeman Kathryn Bond Stockton Kate Thomas José Esteban Muñoz Tavia Nyong’o Jon Davies Jacqueline Nassy Brown Peter Coviello
  • ISBN: 0744708124501
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • This special issue of GLQ offers new essays on the sexual politics of time, history, and sequentiality and on the temporal poetics of sexual practices and erotic ways of being in the world In queer theory s inception as a mode of critical inquiry, it often focused on space social geographies, the metaphors of closet and stage, the terrain of the body, the politics of borThis special issue of GLQ offers new essays on the sexual politics of time, history, and sequentiality and on the temporal poetics of sexual practices and erotic ways of being in the world In queer theory s inception as a mode of critical inquiry, it often focused on space social geographies, the metaphors of closet and stage, the terrain of the body, the politics of borders and boundaries Latent and sometimes unremarked in these explorations were powerful theories of time Now new queer theory, often returning to mine the temporal aspects of this earlier work and taking further cues from postcolonial and critical race theory, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, Foucauldian genealogy, and, recently, such domains as physics and the biological sciences, has seen an efflorescence of work on the power of the untimely Central to this scholarship is a commitment to the nonpunctuality of queer itself its status in the academy and on the streets as at once a critical avant garde and an obsolete commodity, a productively failed political project and an as yet unrealized utopia.The contributors to this issue include filmmakers and scholars in anthropology, history, film and literary criticism, performance studies, postcolonial studies, U.S ethnic studies, and women and gender studies They take on such diverse topics as the resurgence of martyrdom in the global economy, the movements for and against gay marriage, the chronopolitics of white middle class family values, the queer utopias glimmering out of Black Arts drama, the state s hijacking of mourning rituals in Sri Lanka, the killer child, poetic collaboration, female female incest, and pedophilia They offer a rich array of figures for the powerful untimeliness of sexual alterity the coincidence, the specter, the not yet, the pause, loitering all of which resist the seductive notion that heterosexual normativity, or even contemporary gay and lesbian identity, is a sign of progress.

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