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During the past decade, organized gay politics in the U. Diverging from its varied roots in progressive to left social movements, mainstream gay rights politics now constitute, not a resistance, but an arm of neoliberalism--one of the centers for the production of neoliberal "equality" politics.

This is especially apparent as the pressures to dismantle post World War II welfare states build--and gay rights organizations climb onto the privatization band wagon rather than press a critique in the realm of political economy.

In the realm of culture and "lifestyle" politics, the organized gay movements have begun to promote a new homonormativity--a public image of prosperous monogamous couples devoted to domestic consumerism. A critical queer politics exists alongside this neoliberal homonormative front, but its social forms are currently mostly localized and relatively isolated.

Much of academic queer theory meanwhile continues to rework abstract theorizations unconnected to the current conjuncture, but some new work is emerging to theorize the new homonormativity, and the political economy of corporate globalization in which it is embedded. This lecture will review these emergent political and theoretical critiques. Antke Engel statt. Editorial Department: hsk.

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During the past decade, organized gay politics in the U. Diverging from its varied roots in progressive to left social movements, mainstream gay rights politics now constitute, not a resistance, but an arm of neoliberalism--one of the centers for the production of neoliberal "equality" politics. This is especially apparent as the pressures to dismantle post World War II welfare states build--and gay rights organizations climb onto the privatization band wagon rather than press a critique in the realm of political economy. In the realm of culture and "lifestyle" politics, the organized gay movements have begun to promote a new homonormativity--a public image of prosperous monogamous couples devoted to domestic consumerism. A critical queer politics exists alongside this neoliberal homonormative front, but its social forms are currently mostly localized and relatively isolated. Much of academic queer theory meanwhile continues to rework abstract theorizations unconnected to the current conjuncture, but some new work is emerging to theorize the new homonormativity, and the political economy of corporate globalization in which it is embedded. This lecture will review these emergent political and theoretical critiques.

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The new homonormativity: the sexual politics of neoliberalism

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Wilkerson Cripping the Queer Nation In disability communities, one feature of many post-September 11 conversations was a consideration of the physical space of the twin towers of the World Trade Center. These conversations, not surprisingly, often extended far beyond the subjects covered by the mainstream press, which tended either to celebrate the people with disabilities who had escaped from the buildings or to center on the tragic stories of the people with disabilities who had been trapped inside. In the United States, after all, the imagined post-September 11 community has been incredibly diverse; the national identity crisis played out in the mainstream media has, on the surface, accommodated a wider range of identities than any other phenomenon ever has. As one retrospective on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, suggests:. Clearly, in this account the project of shaping a "wonderfully American" identity entails acknowledging those who were "gay" and "handicapped.

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