Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture 5.1 is now available

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Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture 5.1 is now available! 

 

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Aims & Scope

 

Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture is devoted to the study of representations and expressions of queerness in its various forms. In this peer-reviewed publication, emphasis is placed on significant trends in various media offerings and forms, consumerism, domestic life, fashion, leisure, politics, spirituality and other noteworthy elements of culture and their connections to minority sexualities and non-traditional gender performance.

 

Issue 5.1

 

Editorial

 

The binary strikes back

BRUCE DRUSHEL

 

Articles

 

Embodied nations: Masculinities, nationhood and (homo)sexual desire. From Borstal Boy (2000) to God’s Own Country (2017)

GUILLERMO SEVERICHE

 

Homosocial or homoerotic: A re-reading of gender and sexuality in Harry Potter through fanfiction

NARDEEN DOW

 

Surveilling lesbians: The Birds, Hitchcock’s narrative cinema and the criminalization of sexuality

BRENDEN O’DONNELL

 

‘Coming into focus’: Realizing the potential of strange girl cinema in Todd Haynes’s Carol

LINDSEY PELUCACCI

 

The intersection of science and television representation of gay sexuality in American culture: A shift from the anti-discrimination narrative to the Born This Way narrative

QUANG NGO

 

Book Reviews

 

Feeling Normal: Sexuality and Media Criticism in the Digital Age, F. Hollis Griffin (2017)

BRANDON ARROYO

 

Positive Images: Gay Men and HIV/AIDS in the Culture of ‘Post Crisis’, Dion Kagan (2018)

KYLER CHITTICK

 

Bad Environmentalism: Irony and Irreverence in the Ecological Age, Nicole Seymour (2018)

SUSANNE FUCHS

 

Heroes, Heroines and Everything in between: Challenging Gender and Sexuality Stereotypes in Children’s Entertainment Media, C. D. Reinhard and C. J. Olson (eds) (2017)

DANA M. STACHOWIAK