Queer activism after marriage equality / edited by Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis, Michael W. Yarbrough, and Angela Jones.  (Text) (Text)

DeFilippis, Joseph Nicholas, 1967- | Yarbrough, Michael W | Jones, Angela, 1978-
Call no.: HQ76.5 .Q44 2018Publication: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Description: xvii, 202 pISBN: 9781138557499 (hbk.); 1138557498 (hbk.); 9781138557505 (pbk.); 1138557501 (pbk.)Subject(s): Gay liberation movementSame-sex marriage -- Law and legislationGay rightsLOC classification: HQ76.5 | .Q44 2018
Contents:Introduction / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- Part I. Examining the mainstream LGBT movement : 1. LGBTQ politics after marriage: a panel discussion with Gabriel Foster, Paulina Helm-Hernandez, Robyn Ochs, Steven William Thrasher, Urvashi Vaid, and Hari Ziyad / Edited by Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 2. Ga(y)tekeeping identity, citizenship, and claims to justice: "freedom to serve," "freedom to marry," and the U.S. thirst for good gay subjects / Chriss V. Sneed -- 3. What's love got to do with it? Queer politics and the "love pivot" / Myrl Beam -- Part II. New social movements : 4. A new queer liberation movement: and its targets of influence, mobilization, and benefits / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 5. "This is the freedom ride we are taking": an interview with the Audre Lorde Project's Cara Page / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 6. "Building the world that we want to live in": an interview with Jennicet Gutiérrez and Jorge Guiterrez from Familia: TQLM / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 7. Putting the T back in LGBTQ? Trans activism and interests after marriage equality / Courtenay W. Daum -- 8. Centering intersectional politics: queer migration activisms "after marriage" / Siobhán McGuirk, Jara M. Carrington, Claudia Cojocaru, Jamila Hammami, and Marzena Zukowska -- Part III. Transnational perspectives : 9. After marriage, redefining freedom in the crosshairs of empire and dictatorship: observations towards a new politics of sexuality / A presentation by Raha Iranian Feminist Collective -- 10. Between secularism and pro-Islamism: a historical review of LGBT activism during the pro-Islam JDP rule in Turkey / Caner Hazar -- 11. French LGBT activism after marriage / Hugo Bouvard -- 12. Queering the Indignadxs movement in Spain: conflicts, resistances and collective learnings / Gracia Trujillo.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- Part I. Examining the mainstream LGBT movement : 1. LGBTQ politics after marriage: a panel discussion with Gabriel Foster, Paulina Helm-Hernandez, Robyn Ochs, Steven William Thrasher, Urvashi Vaid, and Hari Ziyad / Edited by Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 2. Ga(y)tekeeping identity, citizenship, and claims to justice: "freedom to serve," "freedom to marry," and the U.S. thirst for good gay subjects / Chriss V. Sneed -- 3. What's love got to do with it? Queer politics and the "love pivot" / Myrl Beam -- Part II. New social movements : 4. A new queer liberation movement: and its targets of influence, mobilization, and benefits / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 5. "This is the freedom ride we are taking": an interview with the Audre Lorde Project's Cara Page / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 6. "Building the world that we want to live in": an interview with Jennicet Gutiérrez and Jorge Guiterrez from Familia: TQLM / Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis -- 7. Putting the T back in LGBTQ? Trans activism and interests after marriage equality / Courtenay W. Daum -- 8. Centering intersectional politics: queer migration activisms "after marriage" / Siobhán McGuirk, Jara M. Carrington, Claudia Cojocaru, Jamila Hammami, and Marzena Zukowska -- Part III. Transnational perspectives : 9. After marriage, redefining freedom in the crosshairs of empire and dictatorship: observations towards a new politics of sexuality / A presentation by Raha Iranian Feminist Collective -- 10. Between secularism and pro-Islamism: a historical review of LGBT activism during the pro-Islam JDP rule in Turkey / Caner Hazar -- 11. French LGBT activism after marriage / Hugo Bouvard -- 12. Queering the Indignadxs movement in Spain: conflicts, resistances and collective learnings / Gracia Trujillo.

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