By Angela Jones
This anthology is a symposium on queer house and queer utopias. throughout the presentation of empirical paintings through modern queer theorists this ebook goals to create a severe discussion concerning the emergence of queer areas and the ways that they target to extra queer futurity.
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Elaine Aston and Sue-Ellen Case (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), 205. 37. Hochberg, In Spite of Partition, 7. 38. Lee Edelman, No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive (Durham: Duke University Press, 2004), 11. 39. , 5. 40. Kuntsman, “The Soldier and the Terrorist,” 162. 41. Jonathan C. Friedman, Rainbow Jews: Jewish and Gay Identity in the Performing Arts (Lanham: Lexington, 2007), 177. 42. Personal interview with Gal Uchovsky in Tel Aviv, September 2008. 43. Michael Willhoite, Members of the Tribe: Caricatures of Gay Men and Lesbians (Boston: Alyson, 1993), 73.
Alvin Goldfarb, “Theatre in Review: Bent by Martin Sherman,” Theatre Journal 32, no. 3 (October 1980): 399. 75. Edward Isser, Stages of Annihilation: Theatrical Representations of the Holocaust (Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997), 159. 76. Elinor Fuchs, “Theorizing the ‘Unmanageable,’” Review of Spectacular Suffering by Vivian M. Patraka, Theater (Fall 2000): 127. 77. , 127. 78. Sherman, Bent, 57–58. 79. Dolan, “Practicing Cultural Disruptions,” 345. 80. , 340. 3 Yet, not all warm glows are the same as the horizonal image that Mu ñoz uses; rather the glow from such utopic representations are not the refusal of the present, which is an index for Muñoz of a utopic impulse; rather they can be read as the warm glow of queer romance.
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