Foucault and Queer Theory

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Icon Books, 1999 - Psychology - 75 pages
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In the POSTMODERN ENCOUNTERS series and providing a brief introduction to Foucault's compelling ideas and the development of Queer culture, this is the meeting place between the Frenchman's theories of sexuality, power and discourse and the current key exponents of Queer thinking.

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User Review  - Little Danny - Goodreads

As a short, accessible essay requiting Foucauldian sentiments with contemporary queer theory, it does its job well. It's a relatively introductory text, but the author is fairly thorough in his ... Read full review

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it may be that this introduction just isn't particularly useful to me, but i feel like the content is overall thin Read full review


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Tamsin Spargo is Reader in Literary and Historical Studies at Liverpool John Moores University.

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