Queer French: Globalization, Language, and Sexual Citizenship in France (Google eBook)

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Dec 28, 2012 - Social Science - 236 pages
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Drawing on material from a diverse array of media, Queer French examines the tensions between Anglo-American and French articulations of homosexuality and sexual citizenship in the context of contemporary French popular culture and first-person narratives.
  

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Contents

Coining out in the French
4
An Assault on French Gay Culture
31
Genet as an Authentic Model
53
French Articulations of the Closet and Coming Out
85
Language Sexuality and Space in
149
A Queer French Model for the 21 st Century
193
Bibliography
201
Index
217
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Page ix - I would also like to thank my colleagues in the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).

About the author (2012)

Denis M. Provencher is Assistant Professor of French and Intercultural Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. He has published widely in the field and has had work appear in French Cultural Studies, Contemporary French Civilization, Contemporary French & Francophone Studies (SITES), Speaking in Queer Tongues (2004) and The Sitcom Reader (2005).

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