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Author: Jonathan Goldberg,Michael Moon,Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick,Janet Halley,Andrew Parker
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Title: After Sex?: On Writing since Queer Theory (Series Q)
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Publisher: Duke University Press Books (January 18, 2011)
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After Sex?: On Writing since Queer Theory (Series Q) by Jonathan Goldberg,Michael Moon,Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick,Janet Halley,Andrew Parker



Since queer theory originated in the early 1990s, its insights and modes of analysis have been taken up by scholars across the humanities and social sciences. In After Sex? prominent contributors to the development of queer studies offer personal reflections on the field’s history.

Series: Series Q. File: PDF, . 9 MB. Read online. Still After JONATHAN GOLDBERG. After Thoughts JOSEPH LITVAK. Glad to Be Unhappy MICHAEL MOON. Since younger scholars are ‘‘after’’ queer theory in yet another sense, we wondered, too, what they might tell us about inheriting a canon of queer texts and preoccupations at a moment so di√erent from that of the early 1990s.

Michael Moon Post Sex : on being too slow, too stupid, too soon, Kate Thomas Starved, Lauren Berlant Shame on you, Leo Bersani Ever after : history, negativity, and the social, Lee Edelman What's queer about race?, Richard Thompson Ford Queer theory addiction, Neville Hoad The sense of watching Tony sleep, José Esteban Muñoz Oklahobo : following Craig Womack's American Indian and queer studies, Bethany Schneider Public feelings, Ann Cvetkovich Queers this, Heather Love After male sex, Richard Rambuss Lonely, Michael Cobb When? Where? What? /. .On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site.

Janet Halley, Andrew Parker. html?hl ru&id jZvcHwAACAAJ. In this special issue of SAQ, a prominent group of contributors consider the vicissitudes of queer theory since its inception in the early 1990s. The issue considers what-if anything-lies at the heart of queer studies other than its interest in sexuality. Contributors Lauren Berlant Michael Cobb Ann Cvetkovich Lee Edelman Richard Thompson Ford Carla Freccero Elizabeth Freeman Jonathan Goldberg Janet Halley Neville Hoad Joseph Litvak Michael Moon José Esteban Muñoz Jeff Nunokawa Andrew Parker Elizabeth A. Povinelli Richard Rambuss Erica Rand Bethany Schneider Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Kate Thomas.

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick (/ˈsɛdʒwɪk/; May 2, 1950 – April 12, 2009) was an American academic scholar in the fields of gender studies, queer theory (queer studies), and critical theory. Sedgwick published several books considered "groundbreaking" in the field of queer theory, including Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire (1985), Epistemology of the Closet (1990), and Tendencies (1993). Her critical writings helped create the field of queer studies

On Writing since Queer Theory. by Michèle Aina Barale, Jonathan Goldberg, Michael Moon, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick.

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Since queer theory originated in the early 1990s, its insights and modes of analysis have been taken up by scholars across the humanities and social sciences. In After Sex? prominent contributors to the development of queer studies offer personal reflections on the field’s history, accomplishments, potential, and limitations. They consider the purpose of queer theory and the extent to which it is or is not defined by its engagement with sex and sexuality. For many of the contributors, a broad notion of sexuality is essential to queer thought. Duke University Press Books.

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Since queer theory originated in the early 1990s, its insights and modes of analysis have been taken up by scholars across the humanities and social sciences. In After Sex? prominent contributors to the development of queer studies offer personal reflections on the field’s history, accomplishments, potential, and limitations. They consider the purpose of queer theory and the extent to which it is or is not defined by its engagement with sex and sexuality. For many of the contributors, a broad notion of sexuality is essential to queer thought. At the same time, some of them caution against creating an all-embracing idea of queerness, because it empties the term “queer” of meaning and assumes the universality of ideas developed in the North American academy. Some essays recall the political urgency of the late 1980s and early 1990s, when gay and lesbian activist and queer theory projects converged in response to the AIDS crisis. Other pieces exemplify more recent trends in queer critique, including the turn to affect and the debates surrounding the “antisocial thesis,” which associates queerness with the repudiation of heteronormative forms of belonging. Contributors discuss queer theory’s engagement with questions of transnationality and globalization, temporality and historical periodization. Meditating on the past and present of queer studies, After Sex? illuminates its future.

Contributors. Lauren Berlant, Leo Bersani, Michael Cobb, Ann Cvetkovich, Lee Edelman, Richard Thompson Ford, Carla Freccero, Elizabeth Freeman, Jonathan Goldberg, Janet Halley, Neville Hoad, Joseph Litvak, Heather Love, Michael Lucey, Michael Moon, José Esteban Muñoz, Jeff Nunokawa, Andrew Parker, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Richard Rambuss, Erica Rand, Bethany Schneider, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Kate Thomas

Reviews: 3
Iseared
Some great contributions and interesting insights, but I wonder how the scholars' institutional (and in most instances racial) elitism might have shaped the collection.
Anayajurus
The readable work in this amazing volume brings together most of the major thinkers in queer theory working in English. The editors have done a fabulous job of selecting and editing this work into a coherent and compelling volume in a field whose very methodology often embraces the irrational. For anyone interested in this field now - scholars, students or curious bystanders - this collection is an essential volume.
Ytli
Thanks for this collection. It is a perfect example of the total self-absorption of Americans and their unwillingness to even consider that anything of interest might come from beyond their shores. Given that the editors acknowledge globalization and transnationaity in their introduction this is particularly striking: to ask someone from the majority world to reflect on the topic was obviously beyond their imagination.