Thinking Queer: Sexuality, Culture, and Education

By Susan Talburt; Shirley R. Steinberg | Go to book overview

Index
AIDS, 16, 45-46
AIDS education, 35, 46-47
Allison, Dorothy, 201
American Psychological Association, 20
ancestral images
and negotiating legacies, 216-17, 220
and nurturing resistance, 218-19, 221
Aquinas, Thomas, 17
Aristotle, 17
baggy pants, 185
See also clothing
Baldwin, James, 215, 217
Barbie, 193
Bateson, Gregory, 111
Berlant, Lauren, 171
Bernfeld, Siegfried, 38
Bourdieu, Pierre, 138
Britzman, Deborah, 20, 22
Bronski, Michael, 138
Bruner, Jerome, 119
Butler, Judith, 4, 11, 16
campus diversity, 65-69
carnival, 26-27
de Certeau, Michel, 7, 41, 42, 48, 78-79
Clark, Danae, 162
closet
heterosexual, 123
as simplistic dichotomy, 24
clothing
and cultural norms, 177
as cultural practice, 105-6, 180
and gender, 181-82
and identity enactment, 140
as performance of social roles, 181
as personal expression, 187
as resistance, 185, 188
Cohen, Jack, and Ian Stewart, 107, 109-11
commodification
and Ellen, 167-68
and Hollywood, 154
and intertextuality, 165
as substitute for gay and lesbian progress, 168
complexity theory, 107-9
complicitous research, 117-20, 126
See also complicity
complicity
vs. complexity, 110-11
and living, 121-25
as moral and ethical imperative, 114-16, 120, 121, 125
vs. simplexity, 110-11
See also complicitous research
Cornell, Drucilla, 37
critical media literacy, 153
critical pedagogy, 118, 147
cultural negotiation and identity politics, 77-79

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