1 edition of Queer Beirut found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-273) and index.
|Statement||by Sofian Merabet|
|LC Classifications||HQ76.2.L42 B456 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 287 pages|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||2014013809|
The book contextualizes these spatial conflicts within the discourses of the city's historical accounts and the much-debated concept of heritage, voiced in academic writing, politics, and journalism. In the afterword, Sawalha links these conflicts to the social and political crises of early twenty-first-century Beirut. Disruptive Situations: Fractal Orientalism and Queer Strategies in Beirut - a new book by Ghassan Moussawi. Professor Ghassan Moussawi's new book is the first comprehensive study to employ the lens of queer lives in the Arab World to understand everyday life disruptions, conflicts, and violence. From Temple University Press.
The Boy From Beirut, And Other Stories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “The Boy From Beirut, And Other Stories” as Want to Read: Maugham once referred to himself as over-shadowed, queer and alcoholic, and the selections in this anthology, culled from a huge body of work, mirror /5. The Four Seasons is a very gay friendly brand, and the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is a stunning choice for luxurious accommodation! Overlooking the marina at Zaytounay Bay, you'll be treated to amazing views over the city or ocean from the floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies. The rooftop swimming pool is a real highlight, with ° views of Author: Stefan Arestis.
Beirut Pride is the annual non-profit LGBTIQ+ pride event and militant march held in Beirut, the capital of the Lebanon. Operating to decriminalize homosexuality in Lebanon, Beirut Pride celebrates the diversity of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersex, queer, questioning +) persons with colorful and festive events, champions LGBTIQ+ allies, and communicates about Genre: Pride, Demonstration, Festival, Conference, . In my forthcoming book, Disruptive Situations: Fractal Orientalism and Queer Strategies in Beirut, I argue that representations of Beirut as gay-friendly are made possible through what I call “fractal Orientalism.” Unlike classic Orientalism, which uses simple binaries of East and West, fractal Orientalism is multi-scalar and employs nested.
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Queer Beirut is the first ethnographic study of queer lives in the Arab Middle East. Drawing on anthropology, urban studies, gender studies, queer studies, and sociocultural theory, Sofian Merabet’s compelling ethnography suggests a critical theory of gender and religious identity formations that will disrupt conventional anthropological.
Queer Beirut is the first ethnographic study of queer lives in the Arab Middle East. Drawing on anthropology, urban studies, gender studies, queer studies, and sociocultural theory, Sofian Merabet's compelling ethnography suggests a critical theory of gender and religious identity formations that will disrupt conventional anthropological Author: Sofian Merabet.
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"Queer Beirut masterfully bridges disciplinary borders by engaging with an impressive and diverse body of scholarship, ranging from literary to anthropological to sociological theory." H-Net Reviews "This monograph is the first of its kind, making it an invaluable contribution to scholarship on queer sexualities, urban space, Queer Beirut book social Brand: University of Texas Press.
Buy This Book in Print summary Queer Beirut paves the way for a timely anthropological conversation about gender and queer identities in both Middle Eastern studies and urban studies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Prologue.
Itinerant Journeys --Introduction Producing Queer Space in Beirut: Zones of Encounter in Post-Civil-War Lebanon Producing Prestige in and around Beirut: The Indiscreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie and the Assertion of a Queer.
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Queer Beirut is the first ethnographic study of queer lives in the Arab Middle East. In using Beirut as a microcosm for the complexities of homosexual relationships in contemporary Lebanon, Queer Beirut provides a critical standpoint from which to deepen our understandings of gender rights and citizenship in the structuring of social inequality within the larger context of the Middle East\"--\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0.
This book explores the possibilities of queer identities lived outside of the heteronormative supremacy, uncovering how gender and sexuality are shaped differen tly by the landscapes of cities and examining how we can shape and form the city ourselves.
The works and texts stem from Queer Geography workshops held in Beirut, Tijuana, and Copenhagen. Queer Geographies. likes. Book on Queer Geographies: Beirut, Tijuana, Copenhagen. Merabet, Sofian. “Queer Beirut”, University of Texas Press, Gender and Queer Identity in the Middle East Amos Lassen “Queer Beirut” is an interesting and fascinating anthropological look at gender and queer identities in two fields—urban studies and Middle Eastern studies.
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Speaking of knowing, his new book shares Full of unexpected twists and turns in Baghdad, Damascus, Beirut and the U.S. Queer Regions. In his coedited book Hashem El Madani: StudioPractices (), the Beirut-based Lebanese artist Akram Zaatari selects, reprints, and arranges the photographs of Hashem El Madani, a studio photographer from Saida (Sidon), Zaatari’s coastal hometown in south Lebanon.
The book was created to coincide with the first exhibition of El Madani’s work Author: Gayatri Gopinath. Queering Queer Beirut I think Sofian Merabet’s book “Queer Beirut” was the only book that I encountered so far, which had a selfie of the anthropologist included in the narrative.
I think that must be a feature of the new ethnography as a genre. Queer : University of Texas Press, : Ahmed Afzal. Queer Beirut is the first ethnographic study of queer lives in the Arab Middle East. Drawing on anthropology, urban studies, gender studies, queer studies, and sociocultural theory, Sofian Merabet's compelling ethnography suggests a critical theory of gender and religious identity formations that will disrupt conventional anthropological Author: Sofian Merabet.
Queer Geographies: Beirut, Tijuana, Copenhagen, a collaborative work of artists, activists, and scholars, showcases the work of queer art installations in these three very different cities throughout the art and its very smart, beautiful catalog highlight the identical processes of neoliberal capitalism that touch each of these places and brings queer life into.
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