Introduction; 1. On the Very Possibility of Queer Theory, Claire Colebrook; 2. Thirty-six Thousand Forms of Love: The Queening of Deleuze & Guattari, Verena Andermatt Conley; 3. The Sexed Subject in-between Deleuze and Butler, Anna Hickey-Moody and Mary Louise Rasmussen; 4. Every 'One' - a Crowd, Making Room for the Excluded Middle, Dorothea Olkowski; 5. The adventures of a sex, Luciana Parisi; 6. Queer Hybridity, Mikko Tuhkanen; 7. Prosthetic Performativity: Deleuzian Connections and Queer Corporealities, Margrit Shildrick; 8. Unnatural Alliances, Patricia MacCormack; 9. Schreber and the Penetrated Male, Jonathan Kemp; 10. Butterfly kiss: the contagious kiss of becoming-lesbian, Chrysanthi Nigianni; Notes on Contributors; Index.
Chrysanthi Nigianni is a PhD candidate at the University of East London. She has taught at the University of East London and at Anglia Ruskin University. She is co-editor of the New Formations Issue on 'Deleuze and Politics' (forthcoming). Merl Storr is Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at the University of East London. She is the author of Latex and Lingerie: Shopping for Pleasure at Ann Summers Parties (Berg Press, 2003).
This is a brilliant and well-timed collection of state-of-the-arts essays. It conclusively proves that queerness has to do not only with identity politics and performative stances, but also with material and collective experiments with radical otherness and un-programmed intensity. -- Rosi Braidotti, Distinguished Professor and Director of the Centre for the Humanities at Utrecht University and Honorary Professor at Birkbeck College London