By T. Sakhkhane
Exploring, among different topics, representations of the opposite, concepts followed to withstand such representations, the problems of identification, nationalism, colonialism, feminism, subaltern reviews and the English language in the context of Empire, this e-book tasks a learn of post-colonialism throughout the paintings of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
By Ilan H. Meyer, Mary E. Northridge
This is often the 1st concise instruction manual on Lesbian, homosexual, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) healthiness some time past few years. It breaks the myths, breaks the silence, and breaks new flooring in this topic. This source bargains a multidimensional photo of LGBT wellbeing and fitness throughout medical and social disciplines to provide readers an entire and nuanced knowing of those varied populations. It comprises real-world concerns of definition and self-definition, meticulous analyses of stressor and wellbeing and fitness results, a huge insurance of study technique matters, and significant insights into the sociopolitical context of LGBT members’ overall healthiness and lives.
By Russell Leong
Asian American Sexualities works to dispel the stereotype of oriental sexual decadence, in addition to the "model minority" heterosexual Asian sterotype within the US.
Writing from a magnificent array of interdisciplinary views, the participants talk about numerous themes, together with sexuality and identification politics; neighborhood activism and homosexual activism; transnational points of affection among girls in Thailand; queer South Asian tradition within the US; homosexual and lesbian filmmakers; same-sex sexuality in Pacific literature; and Asian American male homosexuality and AIDS. the connection of the homosexual and lesbian adventure to Asian American reports and Ethnic stories is additionally explored
By Asha Varadharajan
Publication by way of Varadharajan, Asha
By Renata Salecl
Why, after we are desperately in love, can we without end block union with our love item? Why can we frequently damage what we like such a lot? Why can we hunt down the most unlikely item? Is it that we wish issues simply because they're unavailable, and consequently, to maintain wish alive, we have to hinder its fulfilment? In (Per)versions of affection and Hate, Renata Salecl explores the worrying and complicated relationships among love and hate, violence and admiration, libidinal and harmful drives, via research of phenomena as different because the novels The Age of Innocence and The is still of the Day, Hollywood melodramas, the Siren music, Ceaucescu's Rumania and the Russian functionality artist Oleg Kulik, who acts like a puppy and bites his viewers. For Salecl who questions the legitimacy of the demands tolerance and recognize by way of multiculturalists practices corresponding to body-mutilation are signs of the novel switch that has affected subjectivity in modern society.
By Eric Flint, David Drake,
In basic terms 3 issues stand among the Malwa and the conquest of Earth: Byzantium, the empire of Rome within the East; a crystal that urges mankind to struggle; and Belisarius, basic of the Byzantine Empire, and arguably the best commmander the Earth has ever recognized.
By Tison Pugh
Innocence, Heterosexuality, and the Queerness of Children’s Literature examines exclusive classics of children’s literature either previous and new—including L. Frank Baum’s ounces books, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little condominium sequence, J. okay. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels, Lemony Snicket’s a sequence of unlucky occasions, and Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series—to discover the queer tensions among innocence and heterosexuality inside their pages. Pugh argues that kids can't preserve their innocence of sexuality whereas studying approximately normative heterosexuality, but this inherent paradox runs all through many vintage narratives of literature for younger readers. Children’s literature as a rule endorses heterosexuality via its invisible presence because the de facto sexual identification of numerous protagonists and their households, but heterosexuality’s ubiquity is counterbalanced via its occlusion while authors protect their readers from forthright issues of 1 of humanity’s most elementary and primal instincts. The ebook demonstrates that tensions among innocence and sexuality render a lot of children’s literature queer, particularly whilst those texts disavow sexuality via celebrations of innocence. during this unique research, Pugh develops interpretations of sexuality that few critics have not begun ventured, paving the way in which for destiny scholarly engagement with higher questions on the ideological position of kid's literature and representations of kid's sexuality. Tison Pugh is affiliate Professor within the division of English on the collage of primary Florida. he's the writer of Queering Medieval Genres and Sexuality and Its Queer Discontents in heart English Literature and has released on children’s literature in such journals as Children’s Literature, The Lion and the Unicorn, and Marvels and stories.
By Jennifer Power
This booklet is set group activism round HIV/AIDS in Australia. It seems to be on the position that the homosexual group performed within the social, scientific and political reaction to the virus. Drawing conclusions concerning the cultural effect of social hobbies, the writer argues that AIDS activism contributed to enhancing social attitudes in the direction of homosexual males and lesbians in Australia, whereas additionally hard a few entrenched cultural styles of the Australian scientific approach, permitting better scope for non-medical intervention into the area of well-being and disorder. The ebook records a massive bankruptcy within the background of public wellbeing and fitness in Australia and explores how HIV/AIDS got here to be a defining factor within the historical past of homosexual and lesbian rights in Australia.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]