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In a queer country

Ondertitelgay and lesbian studies in the Canadian context
MakerGoldie, Terry > (ed.)
MedewerkerWaugh, Thomas
Uitgave plaatsVancouver
UitgeverArsenal Pulp Press
Uitgave jaar2001
PaginatieVII, 313p.
VindplaatsB2317 - B
SamenvattingCollection of extended and updated versions of papers given at the 'Queer nation?' conference, on lesbian and gay approaches to Canadian studies, at York University in Toronto in March 1996: Queer nation? / door Terry Goldie: Hosanna! Michel Tremblay's queering of national identity / door Elaine Pigeon: Talking forbidden love: an interview with Lynne Fernie / door Terry Goldie: Buller men and batty boys: hidden men in Toronto and Halifax black communities / door Wesley Crichlow: 'Family' as a site of contestation: queering the normal of normalizing the queer? / door Michelle K. Owen: Can you see the difference?: queerying the nation, ethnicity, festival, and culture in Winnipeg / door Pauline Greenhill: The bisexuality wars: the perils of identity as marginality / door Zoë Newman: Imagining an intercultural nation: a moment in Canadian queer cinema / door James Allan: The elephant, the mouse, and the Lesbian National Park Rangers / door bj wray: Having a gay old time in Paris: John Glassco's not-so-queer adventures / door Andrew Lesk: Redesigning wreck: beach meets forest as location of male homoerotic culture & placemaking in pacific Canada / door Gordon Brent Ingram: Challenging Canadian and queer nationalisms / door Gary Kinsman: Siting lesbians: urban spaces and sexuality / door Catherine Nash: Wear it with pride: the fashions of Toronto's Pride Parade and Canadian queer identities / door Andrea N. Frolic: Fairy tales of two cities: or queer nation(s) - national cinema(s) / door Thomas Waugh.

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