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Archaeologists for Trans Liberation

Guest Contributor , August 6th, 2021


By The Black Trowel Collective To be an archaeologist is to revel in the diversity of human expression through time. Trans perspectives and voices add necessary further dimensions…


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Mathew Gagne take the page 99 test

| , July 20th, 2021


While page 99 of my dissertation (see below) seems far from its focus on sex apps and digital media among queer men in Beirut, the connection is palpably…


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Abtrünnige Queers und schwule Orthodoxie

Sébastien Tremblay , June 30th, 2021


Schwule und Lesben mussten lange darum kämpfen, als Opfer des Nationalsozialismus anerkannt zu werden. Doch ihre erinnerungspolitischen Erfolge verdecken eine konfliktreiche Geschichte, die um schwule…


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Claire Maree on her book, queerqueen

| , June 28th, 2021


https://global.oup.com/academic/product/queerqueen-9780190869618 Laura Miller: Although there is a growing literature on queer sexualities and identities in Japan, there are fewer studies …


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Generating Queers

Chelsea Horton , April 13th, 2021


An embodied intergenerational pedagogy sheds light on the possibilities of bringing together diverse LGBTQ+ cohorts to strengthen our sense of value and inclusion within a history, lineage, and…


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Generating Queers

Chelsea Horton , April 13th, 2021


An embodied intergenerational pedagogy sheds light on the possibilities of bringing together diverse LGBTQ+ cohorts to strengthen our sense of value and inclusion within a history, lineage, and…


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Generating Queers

Chelsea Horton , April 13th, 2021


An embodied intergenerational pedagogy sheds light on the possibilities of bringing together diverse LGBTQ+ cohorts to strengthen our sense of value and inclusion within a history, lineage, and…


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(Re)Assembling Asias through Science

Tim Quinn , March 9th, 2021


Call for contributions! Over the past two decades, a proliferation of critiques have emerged from a body of critical inter-asian scholarship to challenge, revise, and situate the conventional…


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The Networked Animita: Transgender Remembrance on Social Media

Baird Campbell , November 19th, 2020


Tomorrow, November 20th, the world will commemorate Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to collectively mourn and remember those who have died as a result of transphobia. Started…


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#Podcast Round Up: Best of March to August

Emilie Thévenoz , September 3rd, 2020


Summer comes to an end, and some of us will start commuting again. Others will desperately wonder how to fill up the ‘spare’ time from their considerably shorter…


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Denis Provencher on his book, Queer Maghrebi French

| , August 24th, 2020


https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/books/isbn/9781781382790/ Interview by Adeli Block Adeli Block: Your monograph Queer Maghrebi French (2017) frequently references your first book, Queer Fre…


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A Place Apart by Benjamin Hegarty

Benjamin Hegarty , July 15th, 2020


On a crisp autumn day in April in Melbourne, my phone has several missed calls from an Indonesian friend. With a heavy heart, I call back to see…


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Thinking Sex in Times of Corona: A Conversation by Max Schnepf

Max Schnepf , July 6th, 2020


Over 30 years ago, Gayle Rubin argued in her seminal piece – “Thinking Sex” – that “sexuality should be treated with special respect in times of great social…


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PrEP in Thailand in the time of COVID-19

Timothy Quinn , June 30th, 2020


In 2012, the first PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) drugs came onto the market, poised to revolutionize the field of HIV prevention. ‘The Pill’ promised to usher in a kind…


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William Leap on his book, Language Before Stonewall

| , June 29th, 2020


Interview by Brian Adam-Thies https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030335151 Background The Stonewall “Riots” occurred from June 28th-July 3rd, 1969 in New York City, Greenwich Village.   These event…


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Some Chloroquine-AZT Parallels and Science’s Credibility Struggles

Larissa Costa Duarte , June 23rd, 2020


As an anthropologist and STS researcher, a great deal of my academic career has been proudly dedicated to studying and denouncing the bias, inequalities, and prejudice within both…


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Call for Workshop contributions “Gender in Polar Research: Gendered field work conditions, epistemologies and legacies”

Stephan Dudeck , September 20th, 2019


A two-day workshop in the framework of Arctic Science Summit Week 2020, Akureyri, Iceland, 29-30(TBC) March 2020 funded by IASC – the International Arctic Science Committee The IASC…


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Hetero-Comfortable Avatars

Noel Brett , August 27th, 2019


Content warning from author: This post will have instances of sexism, transphobia, and sexual violence. I noticed a masculine voice near me say: “wow Wow WOW!” I turned…


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Anti-Queer Violence, Bearing Witness, and Thinking with Algorithms on Social Media

Baird Campbell , June 27th, 2019


(Nota: Esta publicación está disponible en español aquí.) In early June 2019, news began to break concerning the death of a Salvadoran transgender woman, Johana Medina León, of…


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Happy Pride Month!

Baird Campbell , June 18th, 2019


A proposed redesign of the original pride flag, centering the inclusion of marginalized communities within the queer community. Design by Daniel Quasar. In support and solidarity with LGBTQIA+/Queer…


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Queering chemicals (EDCs): A bibliography

Alex Zahara , April 15th, 2019


Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) are a class of environmental toxicants that may impact sex, gender, and sexuality. Here is our bibliography on queering EDCs.


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Queer Zones: Refugees from Africa and Interactions with Canada’s Borderlands by Notisha Massaquoi

Notisha Massaquoi , April 12th, 2019


On June 28, 2009, a group of queer Africans took to the streets of Toronto. In what is one of the largest and longest-running Pride parades in North…


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The Surveillance Cyborg

Timothy Gitzen , April 9th, 2019


Editor’s Note: This post is part of our ongoing series, “Queering Surveillance,” and was co-written with Alexander Wolff. Surveillance is an embodied experience, both being watched a…


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Towards a Queer Art of Surveillance in South Korea

Alexander Wolff , March 12th, 2019


Editor’s Note: This post was co-written with Timothy Gitzen. When is a face not a face? With the launch of the iPhone X that boasts facial recognition capabilities,…


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