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- DescriptionHas Queer Theory grown out of Feminism - in both senses? If it has, is that process a coming-out story? Despite a parallel chrology, with 1969 marking a key moment for both movements, and despite all their common and mutual debts, the political differences with which both are all too familiar affect their own relationship as well. One difference may be generational, with the 70s women's movement acting as mother or midwife to the 90s generation of queers: ather may be between the overlapping but distinct debates of gender and sexuality: a third between the different situations of men and women. But do these views themselves create arbitrary and caricatural oppositions between two bodies of ideas that should remain vitally connected? This book opens up a number of original and challenging approaches to these questions, with contributors (from the fields of literature, philosophy, film studies, anthropology and psychoanalysis) including Emily Apter, Trevor Hope, Biddy Martin and Gayle Rubin.
- Author BiographyNaomi Segal is Professor of French Studies at the University of Reading. She is the author of The Banal Object (1981), The Unintended Reader (1986), Narcissus and Echo: Women in the French Recit (1988), The Adulteress's Child (1992) and Andre Gide: Pederasty and Pedagogy and is the co-editor of Freud in Exile and Scarlett Letters (1997). Mandy Merck teaches on the Sexual Dissidence MA programme at the University of Sussex. The former series editor of Channel Four Television's 'Out on Tuesday', she is the author of Perversions: Deviant Readings (1993) and After Diana (1998). Her next book is In Your Face: Essays on the Representation of Sex.Elizabeth Wright is a Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge. She is the author of Psychoanalytic Criticism: Theory in Practice (1984), Postmodern Brecht: A RePresentation (1989), and the editor of Feminism and Psychoanalysis: A Critical Dictionary (1992). Her newer books are Psychoanalytic Criticism: A Reappraisal (1998), Speaking Desires Can be Dangerous: Psychoanalysis, Language and Literary Theory (1999) and The Zizek Reader, co-edited with Edmond Wright (1999).
- PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Date of Publication29/07/1998
- SubjectGender Studies / Gay & Lesbian Studies
- Place of PublicationOxford
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintBlackwell Publishers
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight376 g
- Width156 mm
- Height230 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Edited byElizabeth Wright,Mandy Merck,Naomi Segal
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