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Black/Queer/Diaspora

Jafari S. Allen

Black/Queer/Diaspora

by Jafari S. Allen

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gays,
  • Gay and lesbian studies,
  • Lesbians,
  • Identity

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jafari S. Allen
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ75.15 .B53 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination212-424 pages
    Number of Pages424
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27150949M
    ISBN 100822367769
    ISBN 109780822367765
    OCLC/WorldCa793223679

    Multi-faceted and erudite, Black Geographies brings into focus the politics of place that black subjects, communities, and philosophers inhabit. Highlights include essays on the African diaspora and its interaction with citizenship and nationalism, critical readings of the blues and hip-hop, and thorough deconstructions of Nova Scotian and. More particularly, this essay argues against a prevalent critical slippage between queer and diaspora, through which the queer is read as a mobile category that, like diaspora, disrupts the stability of fixed identity categories and thus represents a liberatory position within the material and geographical displacements of globalization.

    Get this from a library! Queer returns: essays on multiculturalism, diaspora, and Black studies. [Rinaldo Walcott] -- "Queer Returns returns us to the scene of multiculturalism, diaspora and queer through the lens of black expression, identity and the political. The essays question what it means to live in a.   Audre Lorde, a black queer poet and civil rights activist, is at the conceptual center of Erotic Islands. According to Gill, his book offers a reexamination of “Lorde's envisioning of the erotic as.

      The Black, queer, HIV+ Midwesterner has been lobbing their work our way since ’s [insert] boy from YesYes Books and gaining recognition with a Pushcart Prize, a National Book Award nomination, and fellowships from the Poetry Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. But please don’t let the hype keep you from this brilliant.   Diaspora Cruises: Queer Black Proletarianism in Claude McKay’s A Long Way From Home The Role of the Caribbean in Black Intellectual Movements The Evolution of .


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However, it begins by situating Black queerness in conceptual and geographic space. It proposes the usefulness of an anthropologically informed embodied listening practice for Black Queer Studies and foregrounds situated, speaking Black queer subjects in the articulation of a Black Queer Diaspora by: 5.

This paper traces the historical context of queer activism and black activism from the social movements of the s and s in the U.S. in order to show the deep rift between blackness and queerness that comes into full force in a supposedly colorblind nation that more than once claimed that “gay is the new black.” This is not only a dangerous analogy that lacks profound grounding, it Author: Elena Kiesling.

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