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Queerbetika - queering rebetika: a zine By Michael Alexandratos
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“Queerbetika” is a term used to describe the queering of the genre of rebetika – an urban Greek popular song from the late 19th century to the 1950s – through academic or... More > creative interventions. This zine explores queerness and homosexuality in rebetika through its exponents, sites of performance, gay supporters and song lyrics.< Less
Queers in Love at the End of the Sidewalk By Maya Sol Levy
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“Queers in Love at the End of the Sidewalk” explores a narrative of two queer women who find private solace in their sexuality at the end of their walk back home. Living under... More > heteronormativity, the public performance of queer relationships remains forcibly hidden. The fleeting, yet significant freedom of Anna Anthropy’s Twine game, “Queers in Love at the End of the World” -- upon which this narrative is based -- parallels that of the “end of the sidewalk, away from public gaze,” where the two lovers can express their true affections without fear of judgement or harassment.< Less
Queering History: High School Version By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study. A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less
Queering History: High School Version By Maggie Keenan-Bolger
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Emma is a quiet, unobtrusive high school student who also happens to be queer. Her high school history class is turned upside down by a visit from her 'Fairy Queen Godmother,' Kinsey Scale and his... More > Gaggle of Historical Gays. Written in collaboration with LGBTQIA Homeless Youth, Queering History explores how our world might be different if LGBTQIA history was taught in our schools. A multi-character play for ages 14 and up, Queering History is the perfect script for a high school theatre program, a Gay/Straight Alliance, audition monologues for youth, or for any young person frustrated by the lack of LGBTQIA history taught in their schools. Queering History: High School Version offers an age-appropriate version of the script for youth performance and study. A non-High School version is also available, just search "Queering History."< Less
Queering the Classics: Hamletango, Dykenstein, and We Are Caligula By Susana Cook
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QUEERING THE CLASSICS brings together three outrageous, fearless, provocative performance texts by acclaimed Argentine playwright and performer Susana Cook. HAMLETANGO, DYKENSTEIN and WE ARE... More > CALIGULA are powerful, mordantly funny plays that queer the classics in more ways than one. This collection features an afterword reflecting on Susana Cook's work by theatre-maker Julián Mesri.< Less
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The Dance of Eros and Thanatos: Butoh and Queer Pedagogy By Damiano Fina
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On the basis of the biological characteristics that distinguish two different procreative modalities, the naturalization of the roles between masculine and feminine has been created, which has led to... More > the creation of the stereotypes and conventions known to us today. What is at stake is not only the freedom of expression of the human organism, it is the possibility of leading a life worthy of being lived, without suffering the violence of a society that makes it unbearable because it does not conform to the norm. Queer pedagogy is a methodology that aims to make the organism experience transformative experiences through mimesic performances. From these experiences, queer pedagogy expects the possibility of facilitating the free expression of the truth that each organism recognizes in its own depth in a comfortable and welcoming context through the dance of Eros and Thanatos. A book about Pedagogy, Queer Theory and Butoh Dance.< Less
PERFORMANCE OF GENDER REQUIRES DUALITY By Brandon Brooks
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Androgyny is the language of form that inhabits the body. Marcel Duchamp, Vito Acconci, and the Air Force used androgyny to explore duality in space, and duality in the body. Duchamp used his alter... More > ego Rrose Sélavy meaning arus is life, to access multiple genders. Vetal Achnichy redefined room planes and redirected masculine and feminine gazes making people into objects in space. The “air force dedicated itself to the production of masculine subjects, within the campus females as well as males train to become “men.” We define the qualities of androgyny by the categories of masculinity and femininity based on existing attributes of the body. Bodies are organized into groups, walls & doors are used to its devices. Doors and walls use framing, cutting, opening, closing, hanging, hinging, and sliding notions of controlling gazes and choreographed bodies in places.< Less
Nuclear Alternatives: Interracial and Queer Families in American Literature, 1840-1905 By Maureen Terese McCarthy
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Nuclear Alternatives: Interracial and Queer Families in American Literature, 1840-1905 is a doctoral dissertation that explores various ways white Americans imagined black-white interracial and... More > non-traditional families before and after the American Civil War. It moves through time, exploring what makes an interracial family visible, and analyzing how these families are constructed with regard to racial categorization and gendered expectations. Nuclear Alternatives contends that family is performative, meaning that it relies on repeated acts, social recognition, and particular performative speech acts such as naming. It argues that, throughout history, family is an idea separate from the bodies or structures that usually define it.< Less
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