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Queer exoticism

David A. Powell

Queer exoticism

examining the queer exotic within

by David A. Powell

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Published by Cambridge Scholars in Newcastle upon Tyne .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by David A. Powell and Tamara Powell
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN56.H57 Q442 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 201 p. :
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24499816M
ISBN 10144381928X
ISBN 109781443819282
LC Control Number2010497404
OCLC/WorldCa551122681

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Gutierrez-Albilla, J. (). Re-Reading the Tropical Other: A Latino Queer Appropriation of Carmen Miranda's Latinidad. Queer Exoticism: Examining the Queer Exotic Within pp. Gutierrez-Albilla, J. (). Filming Psychoanalysis: The Documentation of Paranoia and the Paranoid Gaze in . Exoticism (from 'exotic') is a trend in art and design, influenced by some ethnic groups or civilizations since the late 19th-century. In music exoticism is a genre in which the rhythms, melodies.

Festival Exoticism: The Israeli Queer Film in a Global Context. Boaz Hagin; Raz Yosef. View article. PDF. Book Review. Coming to Terms: Homosexuality and the Left in American Culture. Aaron Lecklider. Abstract. View article. PDF. Books in Brief. Anthologizing the Field. Robert Azzarello. Memorable quote: “The queer, unlike the rather polite categories of gay and lesbian, revels in the discourse of the loathsome, the outcast”; “queer revels constitute a kind of activism that attacks the dominant notion of the natural” and “the queer is the taboo-breaker, the monstrous, the uncanny” () Halberstam, : Emily Datskou.


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