Un/Popular Culture: Lesbian Writing After the Sex Wars

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SUNY Press, Mar 13, 1997 - Social Science - 224 pages
Theorizing lesbian, Kathleen Martindale writes, is like embarking on terra incognita. In this book, Martindale offers her lucidly written analysis as a guide through the complex and provocative terrain of lesbian literary and cultural theory.

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Contents

THE MAKING OF AN UNPOPULAR CULTURE FROM LESBIAN FEMINISM TO LESBIAN POSTMODERNISM
1
PAPER LESBIANS AND THEORY QUEENS
33
BACK TO THE FUTURE WITH DYKES TO WATCH OUT FOR AND HOTHEAD PAISAN
55
TOWARD A BUTCHFEMME READING PRACTICE READING JOAN NESTLE
77
SARAH SCHULMAN URBAN LESBIAN RADICALS IN A POSTMODERN MAINSTREAM
103
QUEERYING PEDAGOGY TEACHING THE UNPOPULAR CULTURES
137
NOTES
161
BIBLIOGRAPHY
195
INDEX
213
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Kathleen Martindale was co-founder and editor of the Canadian Journal of Feminist Ethics, which was subsequently named Feminist Ethics.

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