Un/Popular Culture: Lesbian Writing After the Sex Wars
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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THE MAKING OF AN UNPOPULAR CULTURE FROM LESBIAN FEMINISM TO LESBIAN POSTMODERNISM
PAPER LESBIANS AND THEORY QUEENS
BACK TO THE FUTURE WITH DYKES TO WATCH OUT FOR AND HOTHEAD PAISAN
TOWARD A BUTCHFEMME READING PRACTICE READING JOAN NESTLE
SARAH SCHULMAN URBAN LESBIAN RADICALS IN A POSTMODERN MAINSTREAM
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