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Sexualities and Genders in Education


Sexualities and Genders in Education

Towards Queer Thriving
Queer Studies and Education

von: Adam J. Greteman

95,19 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 18.01.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9783319711294
Sprache: englisch

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This book explores queerness in the context of changing economic, intellectual, sexual, and school terrains. Greteman proposes the concept queer thriving to imagine how queers might develop in-contestation to becoming normalized. This work and the work of queer thriving challenge various norms that have evolved over the course of queer theory’s history. To read queer thriving into the world takes the reader into investigations of the child, the seminar classroom, queer cultures, the history of AIDS, and emerging discourses on barebacking and PrEP. Queer thriving guides queers into a 21st century that does justice to diverse queer existences, past and present.
Introduction: An Opening for Queer Thriving.- Chapter 1: On Reading Practices: Where Pragmatism and Queer MeetChapter 2: The Idea of. Queer ChildrenChapter 3: Generating Queer GenerationsChapter 4: Queer Pedagogy and Documenting AIDSChapter 5: Viral Matters: Barebacking and PrEPChapter 6: Queer/Trans/Feminist Educations: On Becoming QueerConclusion: A Closing for Queer Thriving?
Adam J. Greteman is Assistant Professor of Art Education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA.
This book explores queerness in the context of changing economic, intellectual, sexual, and school terrains. Greteman proposes the concept queer thriving to imagine how queers might develop in-contestation to becoming normalized. This work and the work of queer thriving challenge various norms that have evolved over the course of queer theory’s history. To read queer thriving into the world takes the reader into investigations of the child, the seminar classroom, queer cultures, the history of AIDS, and emerging discourses on barebacking and PrEP. Queer thriving guides queers into a 21st century that does justice to diverse queer existences, past and present.
Fills a gap with its focus on LGBTQ students in preK-12 schools and universitiesInvestigates ways queers can historically and contemporarily be seen to be thrivingIllustrates how queer thriving is tied up with the struggles for surviving

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