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Intersections Between Feminist and Queer Theory
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Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: At the Intersections of Feminist and Queer Debates; J.McLaughlin, M.E.Casey & D.Richardson Bordering Theory; D.Richardson Heterosexuality, Sexuality and Gender: Re-thinking the Intersections; S.Jackson The Return of the Material: Cycles of Theoretical Fashion in Lesbian, Gay and Queer Studies; J.McLaughlin On the Evolution of Queer Studies: Lesbian Feminism, Queer Theory and Globalization; L.Garber Boys will be bois? Or Transgender Feminism and the Forgetful Fish; J.Halberstam The Value of a Second Skin; R.Hennessy Refiguring the Family: Toward a Post-Queer Politics of Gay and Lesbian Marriage; C.Meeks & A.Stein Practically between Post-Menopause and Post-Modern; A.R.Wilson References Index

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LINDA GARBER Associate Professor of English and Director of Women's and Gender Studies, Santa Clara University, USA JUDITH HALBERSTAM Professor of English and Director of the Centre for Feminist Research, University of Southern California, USA ROSEMARY HENNESSY Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of English, University at Albany, SUNY, USA STEVI JACKSON Professor of Women's Studies and Director of the Centre for Women's Studies, University of York, UK CHET MEEKS Assistant Professor of Sociology, Georgia State University, USA ARLENE STEIN Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA ANGELIA R. WILSON Lecturer in Feminist Political Theory, University of Manchester, UK

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'Challenging narrowly discursive and deconstructive approaches, Intersections between Feminist and Queer Theory brings together a stellar list of international scholars to make a powerful case for a theoretically robust, 'materialist' and intersectional approach to the critical analysis of gender and sexuality. This text is brimming with novel and exciting ideas about what a critical gender and sexualities studies should look like as we confront the tough realities of the present.' - Steven Seidman, Professor of Sociology, University at Albany, USA, and author of Contested Knowledge: Social Theory Today

'Enjoyable, interesting and timely.' - Sexualities

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