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Queer: a Graphic History by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele

Queer: A Graphic History

"So, shake off your status quo, and start seeing things queerly." And so ends the back cover of Queer: A Graphic History by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele. This readable dynamo provides an introduction to the various forms of queer thought while simultaneously discussing those theories despite any friction between them. The books own words "invite" the reader "into queer theory and invite you to try thinking queerly". With fantastic cartoonisms from Julia Scheele, this book is a very thoughtful, and enjoyable, discussion of queer theory, its varied origins, and the contextual aspect to word definitions and forms of thought. What a great book, sorry, graphic novel.

by: Neil

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