Routledge Handbook of Queer Development Studies

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Corinne L. Mason
Routledge, 2018 - Gay liberation movement - 291 pages
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Introduction to queer development studies reader / Corinne L. Mason -- Queering policy and planning -- Foundational: changing families and communities : an LGBT contribution to an alternative development path / Peter Drucker -- Troubling hetero/cisnormative educational practices in international development / Robert C. Mizzi -- Queerying development planning : recognizing needs and identifying vulnerable populations in Africa / Petra L. Doan -- Gender, sexuality and development: avenues for action in a post-2015 development era / Chloe Vaast and Elizabeth Mills -- Queer development critique -- Foundational : arrested development or the queerness of savages : resisting evolutionary narratives of difference (with new preface) / Neville Hoad -- Dangerous liaisons? : (homo)developmentalism, sexual modernization and LGBTQ rights in Europe / Christine M. Klapeer -- Decolonizing development work : a transfeminist perspective / Chamindra Weerawardhan -- Global lgbtiq rights -- Foundational : critique of "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" in human rights discourse : global queer politics beyond the yogyakarta principles / Matthew Waites -- LGBTQ (in)visibility : a human security approach to SOGIESC / Ariel G. Mekler -- Liveable lives : a transnational queer-feminist reflection on sexuality, development and governance / Niharika Banerjea and Kath Browne -- The growing chasm : international polarization around queer rights / Dennis Altman and Jonathan Symons -- Aiding queer mobilizations? -- Foundation: rescue, and real love : same-sex desire in international development / Andil Gosine -- Queer paradise : development and recognition in the isthmus of tehuantepec / Marcus McGee -- Queer dilemmas : LGBT activism and international funding / Julie Moreau and Ashley Currier -- Politicized priorities : critical implications for LGBTQ movements / Nick J. Mulé -- Circumscribed recognition : creating a space for young queer people in Delhi / Maria Tonini -- Disrupting Joburg pride : exploring the depoliticisation of Africa's first pride march / Nyx McLean -- Index

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Corinne L. Mason is an Associate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies and Sociology at Brandon University, Canada. Mason is the author of Manufacturing Urgency: Violence Against Women and the Development Industry, and her work can be found in Feminist Formations, International Feminist Journal of Politics, and Feminist Media Studies.

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