On the depoliticisation of intersectionality talk: Conceptualising multiple oppressions in critical sexuality studies

Erel, Umut; Haritaworn, Jin; Rodríguez, Encarnación Gutiérrez and Klesse, Christian (2008). On the depoliticisation of intersectionality talk: Conceptualising multiple oppressions in critical sexuality studies. In: Kuntsman, Adi and Esperanza, Miyake eds. Out of place: Interrogating silences in queerness/raciality. New York: Raw Nerve Book, pp. 265–292.

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About the book: Out of Place asks daring and timely questions about the silence at the heart of queer studies. Discussing 'race' alongside 'queer' often submerges raciality within queerness, leaving racialised groups silent and silenced -'out of place'. Out of Place creates a space where queerness/raciality are brought together in creative tension to disturb these silences: to hear the invisible, to see the inaudible.

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