Thursday, 17 January 2008


Interalia, a journal of Queer Studies have just published their second edition. The contents are as follows:

At What Price the Media SpotlightAnalyzing media certification of the mainstream gay movement during the 1980s and 1990s
Julie Land
''Americans Don't Want Cowboys to Be Gay:'' ''Brokeback Mountain'' and the Oscars
William Glass
Gay Pride and its AdverseEuroPride 2006 and the Counter Performance of EuroShame
Jonah Winn-Lentsky
Kilka węgierskich queerobrazówo twórczości Róberta Szabó Benke
Katarzyna Pabijanek
Neoliberalism and its Homophobic Discontents [1]
Volker Woltersdorff aka Lore Logorrhöe
Post-colonial historiography, queer historiographyThe political spaces of history writing
Howard Hsueh-Hao Chiang
Queerspace: Sexualized spaces revisited
Diepiriye Sungumote Kuku-Siemons
''Sexuality is fluid''[1]or is it? An analysis of television's The L Word from the perspectives of gender and sexuality
Niina Kuorikoski
The Limits of Virtual MemoryNationalisms, State Violence, and the Transgender Day of Remembrance
Toby Beauchamp
Towards a Philosophy of Queer Alterity. Faith and Democracyor a Post-Secularist and Anti-Fundamentalist Foray
Tomek Kitlinski, Pawel Leszkowicz
Straight macho nationalism
Henning Fischer
Distorted Autobiography - Self-portrayal and Self-censorship in Gay Memoirs
Iwona Rentflejsz
The pezula and me
Tzannis Sifneos
From there to Rehearsing Sex: A space of freedom among theory and the dead meandering to assist with resistance
Christiana Lambrinidis
Recenzja: Wolność, równość, odmienność. Nowe ruchy społeczne w Polsce początku XXI wieku.
Ania Gruszczyńska

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