The Importance of Being Childish: Queer Utopians and Historical Contradiction
marxism, queer theory, totalitarianism
Comparative Philosophy | Ethics and Political Philosophy | Feminist Philosophy | Inequality and Stratification | Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies | Regional Sociology | Social and Cultural Anthropology | Social Psychology and Interaction | Sociology of Culture
The article presents the author's view on relationship between Marxism and queer studies. Author says that "totalization" is the basic concept for Marxism study and Queer studies have originated from capitalization in the U.S. and is less dominant. He suggests that argument of Lee Edelman, professor in the English Department at Tufts University, for identification of queer with negative energy is correct.
Floyd, Kevin (2010). The Importance of Being Childish: Queer Utopians and Historical Contradiction. Cultural Logic . Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/110