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Pullen, Christopher

LGBT Transnational Identity and the Media

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Christopher Pullen

Part I. Politics and Citizenship

2. LGBT Transnational Documentary “Becoming”
Christopher Pullen

3. Trauma and Triumph: Documenting Middle Eastern Gender and Sexual Minorities in Film and Television
Rebecca Beirne, Samar Habib

4. Transsexual in Iran: A Fatwa for Freedom?
Sahar Bluck

5. Sub-Saharan African Sexualities, Transnational HIV/AIDS Educational Film and the Question of Queerness
David Oscar Harvey

6. The Floating/Fleeting Spectacle of Transformation: Queer Carnival, Gay Pride and the Renegotiation of Postapartheid Identities
Ernst Wal

7. The Argentinean Movement for Same-Sex Marriage
Margaret Cooper

8. The Politics of Reclaiming Identity: Representing the Mak Nyahs in Bukak Api

Andrew Hock Soon Ng

Part II. Adaptation and Postcolonial Transitions

9. Queer (Im)possibilities: Alaa Al-Aswany’s and Wahid Hamed’s The Yacoubian Building

Stephanie Selvick

10. Andrew Salkey, James Baldwin and the Case of the “Leading Aberrant”: Early Gay Narratives in the British Media
Kate Houlden

11. The Exotic Erotic: Queer Representations in the Context of Postcolonial Ethnicity on British TV
Peri Bradley

12. Documenting the Queer Indian: The Question of Queer Identification in Khush and Happy Hookers

Bryce J. Renninger

13. Screening Queer India in Pratibha Parmar’s Khush

Daniel Farr, Jennifer Gauthier

Part III. Performance and Subjectivity

14. Gay Pornography as Latin American Queer Historiography
Gustavo Subero

15. Quo Vadis, Queer Vato? Queer and Loathing in Latino Cinema
Richard Reitsma

16. Queer Art of Parallaxed Document: Visual Discourse of Docudrag in Kutluğ Ataman’s Never My Soul! (2001)
Cüneyt Çakirlar

17. The Drag Queers the S/He Binary: Subversion of Heteronormativity in Turkish Context
Serkan Ertin

18. If Art Imitated Reality: George Takei, Coming Out, and the Insufferably Straight Star Trek Universe
Bruce E. Drushel

19. A Chinese Queer Discourse: Camp and Alternative Desires in the Films of Yon Fan and Lou Ye
Jason Ho Ka-Hang

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Cultural and Media Studies, general, Media Studies, Media Research

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
331 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230373310
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-33674-6

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