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queer

And a slang term referring to male homosexuality.
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A principal uso da teoria queer em queering as categorias de genero e sexualidade demonstra a possibilidade e a capacidade dela de confrontar outras categorias de identidades, tais como gerente, trabalhador e empreendedor (Lee et al., 2008; Phillips & Knowles, 2012).
This essay on Bell is adjacent to Elyse Blankley's similarly revisionary essay, "Deviant Desires and the Queering of Leonard Woolf," in which the capaciousness of the term "queer" is helpfully scrutinized before the compelling argument is made to consider the "queer straightness" (224) of Leonard Woolf in his life and his writings, including his still relatively neglected novel, The Wise Virgins (1914).
So, I am suggesting, by way of this introductory review, that this seems an odd time indeed--a strangely non-kairotic moment--to be raising the question of "queering the writing program." If we're just now entering the proverbial parlor, we've not only come late, the party is over.
A dimensao queer no campo e no processo de pesquisa e discutida por Michael Connors Jackman, da York University, em "The trouble with fieldwork: queering methodologies".
By contrast, looking at the situation of gay and lesbian people in contemporary Botswana teaches us that queering exercises are not only pursued from the comfort of one's [Northern] university desk or armchair: In Southern Africa, 'queering the heterosexist paradigm is done at the potential cost of health and life' (p.
THE AUTHOR GAVE THIS TALK AS PART OF THE QUEERING ETHNIC STUDIES PLENARY session at the "Critical Ethnic Studies and the Future of Genocide" conference, which was held at the University of California, Riverside, on March 10 to 12, 2011.
For I came across more than a few articles, books, and chapters that have queer in the title but mostly LGBTQ discussions in the text, or at best discuss "queer" populations of teachers and students, for example, while calling for queering educational research or describing queer research in the state of the field.
By 2005, the disco era was long over, but queering in the academy
Hird, 'Introduction', in Queering the Non/Human, ed Nora Giffney and Myra J.
More recently, the impact that this productive relationship has had upon queer and Gothic scholarship is demonstrated in the collection of essays entitled Queering the Gothic, edited by William Hughes and Andrew Smith.
(3) Indeed, many of the articles published in the groundbreaking collection of essays Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology were initially presented at the first "Feminist Theory and Music" conference in 1991, organized by Lydia Hamessley and Susan McClary.
Lee's "Queering Race in Cyberspace," for instance, the author spends so much time setting up the theoretical framework through which he intends the reader to understand his work that when he finally presents his results, they underwhelm.