"Queer" as Refusal and Disidentificatory Act at the Yale School of Art
by Andrea Liu The word "queer" has acquired an unnerving over-elasticity whereby it has come to mean so many things that it is almost meaningless. Once a term that connoted a distinctly minoritarian subjectivity, rife with connotations of an abject, persecuted or "tragic" outsiderliness (1970's-80's), it was as if the word "queer" then received an...
by Antonia Hernández
cranbrook edu nonconf
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