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Title Queer kinship : race, sex, belonging, form / Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman, editors
Published Durham : Duke University Press, 2022
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Series Theory Q
Contents Introduction: Kincoherence/kin-aesthetics/kinematics / Tyler Bradway and Elizabeth Freeman -- Kinship beyond the bloodline / Judith Butler -- The mixed-race child is queer father to the man / Brigitte Fielder -- World-making : family, time, and memory among trans mothers and daughters in Istanbul / Dilara Çalışkan -- In good relations : Native adoption, kinstillations, and the grounding of memory / Joseph M. Pierce -- Queering the womb : surrogacy and the economics of reproductive feeling / Poulomi Saha -- Beyond family : kinship's past, queer worldmaking, and the question of governance / Mark Rifkin -- Ecstatically moving inward : the politics of Black trans interiority in Jackie Kay's Trumpet / Aqdas Aftab -- Marielle, presente : the present and presence in Marielle Franco Protests / Juliana Demartini Brito -- Akinship / Christopher Chamberlin -- Against friendship / Leah Claire Allen and John S. Garrison -- Kidless lit : childlessness and minor kinship forms / Natasha Hurley -- Till death do us kin : sworn kinship and queer martyrdom in Chinese anti-imperial struggles / Aobo Dong -- Epilogue: How did it come to this?-Talking kinship with Kath Weston / Kath Weston, Elizabeth Freeman, and Tyler Bradway
Summary "Queer Kinship gathers essays written at the intersection of queer theory and kinship theory. While both queer scholars and anthropologists have written accounts of kinship independently, this volume brings together interdisciplinary work from the two fields to consider what queer kinship looks like after marriage equality and in the wake of the 2016 election, and with attention to the centrality of indigeneity, Blackness, race, and colonialism to queer kinship studies. Combining the material interests of the social sciences with queer theory's investment in performance, signification, and the history of sexuality, the essays in this volume push the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of queer theory forward"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Queer theory
Kinship -- Political aspects
Gays -- Family relationships
SOCIAL SCIENCE / LGBTQ Studies / General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural & Social.
Gays -- Family relationships.
Kinship -- Political aspects.
Queer theory.
Form Electronic book
Author Bradway, Tyler, 1983- editor
Freeman, Elizabeth, 1966- editor
LC no. 2021053880
ISBN 1478023279
9781478023272