(E–pub New) [Queer Comrades] Author Hongwei Bao


  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Queer Comrades
  • Hongwei Bao
  • English
  • 07 February 2020
  • 9788776942342

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REVIEW Queer Comrades SUMMARY ô ueer Comrades FREE READ Ô SANDAUGIA.CO ✓ Hongwei Bao This very timely well written and insightful exploration of gay identity and ueer activism in the People's Republic of China today is than a study of 'ueer China' through the lens of male homosexuality; it also examines identity power and governmentality in contemporary China as shaped by China's historical conditions and contemporary situations This book offers in depth analysis of recent ueer history and contemporary cultural texts including the processes by which ueer theory and activism was introduced and received in the PRC the transformation of Shanghai's ueer spac.

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