Queer Studies: An Interdisciplinary Reader is a collection of essays that over the past two decades have helped to establish sexuality as one of the most vital and important areas of study in both the humanities and social sciences.
Brings together important essays that have helped to establish sexuality as one of the most vital areas of study in the humanities and social sciences.
Includes an introductory essay by the editors that provides a context for this pivotal scholarship and promotes dialogue across disciplines.
Discusses key issues in the field, including sexual politics, cultural construction of sexuality, transnationalism, race, community, sexual citizenship and the nation-state.
Functions as a primary text for introductory as well as advanced courses, as a general introduction to the field, and as a scholarly resource.