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Sex, needs and queer culture

David Alderson

Sex, needs and queer culture

from liberation to the postgay

by David Alderson

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gay liberation movement,
  • Queer theory,
  • Capitalism,
  • Social aspects,
  • Homosexuality,
  • Sex,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Neoliberalism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesSex, needs & queer culture
    StatementDavid Alderson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ76.25 .A43 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 316 pages
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27215976M
    ISBN 101783605138, 178360512X
    ISBN 109781783605132, 9781783605125
    OCLC/WorldCa947139158


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The writing is beautifully articulate, and it offers an ambitious and original contribution to queer theory.’ Stephen Maddison, University of East London ‘Erudite, elegantly written and passionately argued, Sex, Needs and Queer Culture offers a timely and urgently needed reassessment of gay liberation.

Alderson’s book will be an enriching. Sex, Needs and Queer Culture is an astute analysis of our contemporary moment, and a potent call to both reclaim and reinvigorate subcultural queer praxis.” LSE Review of Books “Alderson’s overview of queer theory and its relation to resistance, as well as his reading of the work of Marcuse, is thorough, absorbing, and readable for an.

In Sex, Needs and Queer Culture, David Alderson seeks to account for these shifts in both queer movements and the wider society, and argues powerfully for a distinctive theoretical framework. Through a critical reassessment of the work of Herbert Marcuse, as well as the cultural theorists Raymond Williams and Alan Sinfield, Alderson asks 1/5(1).

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Sex, Needs and Queer Culture is an astute analysis of our contemporary moment, and a potent call to both reclaim and reinvigorate subcultural queer praxis.' Richard Hornsey, University of Nottingham 'Alderson's overview of queer theory and its relation to resistance, as well as his reading of the work of Marcuse, is thorough, absorbing and.

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LSE Review of Books (28 Jul ). : Sofia Ropek Hewson. Meanwhile, queer theory has critiqued this 'homonormativity', or assimilation, as if some act of betrayal had occurred.

In Sex, Needs and Queer Culture, David Alderson seeks to account for these shifts in both queer movements and the wider society, and argues powerfully for a distinctive theoretical framework. Through a critical reassessment of. David Alderson is Senior Lecturer in Modern Literature at the University of Manchester.

He co-founded the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture, and has written widely on gender, sexuality and the transition to neoliberalism. His latest book is Sex, Needs and Queer Culture: From Liberation to the Postgay (Zed Books, ). Sex, Needs & Queer Culture.

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Richard Hornsey “By placing the economic so directly next to the sexual, Sex, Needs and Queer Culture is able to cut through the ideologies of both the academy and the world at : Zed Books.

In Sex, Needs and Queer Culture: From Liberation to the Post-Gay, David Alderson draws upon the work of Herbert Marcuse and Raymond Williams to examine processes of assimilation and resistance as well as the distinctions between countercultural and subcultural : Sofia Ropek Hewson.

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In Sex, Needs, and Queer Culture, David Alderson offers a new and radically different interpretive framework for our understanding of neoliberalism and sexuality, one which seeks to reinvigorate queer theory and to rekindle the early gay rights movement's liberationist spirit.

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