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LGBT transnational identity and the media

LGBT transnational identity and the media / edited by Christopher Pullen.
Online Resource Book
Basingstoke, Hampshire, [U.K.] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
xviii, 313 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
URL - (View this book online, via DawsonERA, both on- and off-campus)
Other contributors
Pullen, Christopher, 1959-
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • LGBT transnational documentary "Becoming" / Christopher Pullen
  • Trauma and triumph: documenting Middle Eastern gender and sexual minorities in film and television / Rebecca Beirne, Samar Habib
  • Transsexual in Iran: a fatwa for freedom? / Sahar Bluck
  • Sub-Saharan African sexualities, transnational HIV/AIDS educational film and the question of queerness / David Oscar Harvey
  • The floating/fleeting spectacle of transformation: queer carnival, gay pride and the renegotiation of postapartheid identities / Ernst van der Wal
  • The Argentinean movement for same-sex marriage / Margaret Cooper
  • The politics of reclaiming identity: representing the Mak Nyahs in Bukak Api / Andrew Hock Soon Ng
  • Queer (im)possibilities: Alaa Al-Aswany's and Wahid Hamed's The Yacoubian building / Stephanie Selvick
  • Andrew Salkey, James Baldwin and the case of the "leading aberrant": early gay narratives in the British media / Kate Houlden
  • The exotic erotic: queer representations in the context of post-colonial ethnicity on British TV / Peri Bradley
  • Documenting the queer Indian: the question of queer identification in Khush and Happy hookers / Bryce J. Renninger
  • Screening queer India in Pratibha Parmar's Khush / Daniel Farr, Jennifer Gauthier
  • Gay pornography as Latin American queer historiography / Gustavo Subero
  • Quo vadis, queer vato? Queer and loathing in Latino cinema / Richard Reitsma
  • Queer art of parallaxed document: visual discourse of docudrag in Kutluǧ Ataman's Never my soul! (2001) / Çüneyt Cakirlar
  • The drag queers the s/he binary: subversion of heteronormativity in Turkish context / Serkan Ertin
  • If art imitated reality: George Takei, coming out, and the insufferably straight Star Trek universe / Bruce E. Drushel
  • A Chinese queer discourse: camp and alternative desires in the films of Yon Fan and Lou Ye / Jason Ho Ka-Hang.
Kinsey subjects
Homosexuality in mass media. Gender role identification.
9780230301061 (hbk.) 0230301061 (hbk.)


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