QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 6, no. 3 (Paperback)

QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 6, no. 3 By Charles E. Morris III (Editor), Thomas K. Nakayama (Editor) Cover Image
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In This Issue

Essays
Pamela VanHaitsma, “Stories of Straightening Up: Reading Femmes in the Archives of Romantic Friendship”

Ragan Fox, “Pete and Peck: On Eating Our Own”

Jeff Nagel, “(Be)Longing in the Archives: Family, Affect, and Loss in the Jack Nichols Papers”

Ian Liujia Tian, “Graduated In/Visibility: Reflections on Ku’er Activism in (Post)Socialist China”

Forum: Considering the Queer Disabled/Debilitated Body
Andrew R. Spieldenner, “Considering the Queer Disabled/Debilitated Body: An Introduction of Queer Cripping”

Stephanie Hsu, “Notes on a Pedagogy of Debility”

Robert Vazquez-Pacheco, “Being Poor Is a Full-Time Job: A Narrative of Applying to Be Disabled”

Antonio Tomas De La Garza, “A Eulogy for Roxsana Hernández: Tracing the Relationship between Border Rhetoric and Queer Debility”

Kathryn Hobson, “Fibromyalgia: A Queer-Femme Crip Narrative Essay”

Ashley Burnside, “Growing Up Different Than Your Family: Exploring the Intersection of LGBTQ Identity, Disability, and Family”

Daniel Reeders, “Disability and the Queer Politics of Disclosure”

Jeffrey Escoffier, “When Love Is Blind: Critical Ontology and Queer Desire”

Shinsuke Eguchi, “Intersections among Queerness and Disability: A Case of Out at the Olympics

Shanna K. Kattari, “Troubling Binaries, Boxes, and Spectrums: A Galactic Approach to Queerness and Crip-ness”

alecia deon, “Between the Worlds of the Colonizer and the Conjure Woman”

Queer Conversation
Shane T. Moreman, “Accommodating Desires of Disability: A Multi-Modal Methodological Approach to Terry Galloway and the Mickee Faust Club”

Exhibition Reviews
Jessica Posner, “QED Stonewall Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition Reviews, Part 2: Editorial Note”

Matt Morris and Jade Yumang, “He Had Money and Standing, They Had Youth and Beauty: A Response to About Face: Stonewall, Revolt and Queer Art

Ksenia M. Soboleva and Nicholas Chittenden Morgan, “Art After Stonewall, 1969–1989: Grey Art Gallery and Leslie-Lohman Museum”

Sophie Asakura and Jane Foreman, “Stewardship and Decontextualization: A Review of Stonewall 50 at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston”

Keijaun Thomas and Egon Suds, “I Don’t Want to Leave the Sand, but I Want to Leave the Island: Reflecting on Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY”

Book Reviews
Avram Finkelstein, After Silence: A History of AIDS through Its Images and Kyle Croft and Asher Mones, Cell Count, reviewed by Ryan Conrad

Héctor Carrillo, Pathways of Desire: Mexican Gay Men, reviewed by Imelda Nuñez Muñoz

Jasbir K. Puar, The Right to Maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability, reviewed by Lisa M. Corrigan

Madison Moore, Fabulous: The Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric, reviewed by Eric Darnell Pritchard
 

About the Author


Charles E. Morris III teaches Rhetorical Criticism, Social Protest, and Public Memory in the Communication Department at Boston College. He is the editor of Queering Public Address, and co-editor of Readings on the Rhetoric of Social Protest.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781684301041
Publisher: MSU Press Journals
Publication Date: January 31st, 2020
Pages: 270
Language: English
Series: QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking