LGBT Transnational Identity and the Media: Post Colonial - Post Queer by Christopher PullenLGBT Transnational Identity and the Media: Post Colonial - Post Queer by Christopher Pullen

LGBT Transnational Identity and the Media: Post Colonial - Post Queer

byChristopher Pullen

Hardcover | February 29, 2012

Pricing and Purchase Info

$119.37 online 
$143.00 list price save 16%
Earn 597 plum® points
Quantity:

In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

Offering a critical introduction into LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) transnational identity in the media, this book examines performances and representations within documentary and fiction oriented texts. An interdisciplinary approach isput forward,revealing new potentials for non western queer identity.
CHRISTOPHER PULLEN is Senior Lecturer in Media Studies at Bournemouth University, UK. He is widely published in the area sexuality and contemporary media. He is the author of Documenting Gay Men: Identity and Performance in Reality Television and Documentary Film (2007) andGay Identity, New Storytelling and the Media (Palgrave, 2009)....
Loading
Title:LGBT Transnational Identity and the Media: Post Colonial - Post QueerFormat:HardcoverDimensions:336 pagesPublished:February 29, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230301061

ISBN - 13:9780230301061

Look for similar items by category:

Reviews

Table of Contents

List of figures
Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction; C.Pullen
PART I - POLITICS & CITIZENSHIP
LGBT Transnational - Post (western) Queer Becoming; C.Pullen
Trauma and Triumph: Documenting Middle Eastern Gender and Sexual Minorities in Film and Television; S.Habib & R.Beirne
Transsexual in Iran: A Fatwa for Freedom?; S.Bluck
Sub-Sahara African Sexualities, Transnational HIV/AIDS Educational Film and the Question of Queerness; D.O.Harvey
The Floating/Fleeting Spectacle of Transformation: Queer Carnival, Gay Pride and the Renegotiation of Post-Apartheid Identities; E.Van Der Wal
The Argentinean Movement for Same-Sex Marriage; M.Cooper
The Politics of Reclaiming Identity: Representing the Mak Nyahs in Bukak Api; A.Hock Soon Ng
PART II - ADAPTATION & POST COLONIAL TRANSITIONS
Queer (Im)possibilities: Alaa Al-Aswany and Wahid Hamed’s The Yacoubian Building; S.Selvick
Andrew Salkey, James Baldwin and the Case of the ‘Leading Aberrant’: Early Gay Narratives in the British Media; K.Houlden
The Exotic Erotic: Queer Representations in the context of post-colonial ethnicity on British TV; E.Bradley
Documenting the Queer Indian: The Question of Queer Identification in Khush and Happy Hookers; B.J.Renninger
Screening Queer India in Pratibha Parmar’s Khush; D.Farr & J.Gauthier
PART III - PERFORMANCE & SUBJECTIVITY
Gay pornography as Latin American Queer His/Toriography; G.Subero
Quo Vadis, Queer Vato? Queer and Loathing in Latino Cinema; R.Reitsma
Queer Art of Parallaxed Document: Visual Discourse of Docudrag in Kutlug Ataman’s Never My Soul! (2001); C.Çakirlar
The Drag Queers the S/He Binary: Subversion of Heteronormativity in Turkish Context; S.Ertin
If Art Imitated Reality: George Takei, Coming Out, And The Insufferably Straight Star Trek Universe; B.E.Drushel
A Chinese Queer Discourse: Camp and Alternative Desires in the Films of Yon Fan and Lou Ye; J.Ho Ka-Hang
Index