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The Routledge Handbook of Queer Rhetoric

Edited by: Jacqueline Rhodes , Jonathan Alexander

Print publication date:  April  2022
Online publication date:  April  2022

Print ISBN: 9780367696580
eBook ISBN: 9781003144809
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781003144809
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Book description

The Routledge Handbook of Queer Rhetoric maps the ongoing becoming of queer rhetoric in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, offering a dynamic overview of the history of and scholarly research in this field.





The handbook features rhetorical scholarship that explicitly uses and extends insights from work in queer and trans theories to understand and critique intersections of rhetoric, gender, class, and sexuality. More important, chapters also attend to the intersections of constructs of queerness with race, class, ability, and neurodiversity. In so doing, the book acknowledges the many debts contemporary queer theory has to work by scholars of color, feminists, and activists, inside and outside the academy. The first book of its kind, the handbook traces and documents the emergence of this subfield within rhetorical studies while also pointing the way toward new lines of inquiry, new trajectories in scholarship, and new modalities and methods of analysis, critique, intervention, and speculation. 





This handbook is an invaluable resource for scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduate students studying rhetoric, communication, cultural studies, and queer studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Undoing Happiness with Pleasure Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Retroactivism and the Institutional Archive Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Bisexual Invisibility, David Bowie, and the Prospects of Queer Memory Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The Ready-Made Queerness of Greco-Roman Rhetoric Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Printing a Queer Identity Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Re-Storying Trans* Zines Download PDF
Chapter  8:  An Archive of Disposability Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Re-Historicizing the “Lacking South” Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The Trans Rhetorical Practice of Archive Building Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Wobbly Words and Transnational Queer Slippages Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Queer Topoi  Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Methodologies Not Yet Known Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Blake Brockington's Rhetorical Afterlife Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Histories in (Trans)lation Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Subatomic Literacies and Queer Quantum Storytelling Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Between the Sheets Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Queer Ecovisual Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Queering Spaces Download PDF
Chapter  20:  “Let's Get Some Family Chosen” Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Queer Memes as Rhetorical Scenes Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Womyn's Words  Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Mountain Dirt(y) Queer Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Queer Rhetorics of Resistance in HIV Healthcare Download PDF
Chapter  25:  “People Can't Say I'm a Man, They Can't Say I'm a Woman” Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Converging in a Room of Our Own Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Prescribe for Me, Doctor, for I Have Sex Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Making Nothing Out of Something Download PDF
Chapter  29:  The Queer Potential of Bisexual Rhetorics Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Fuck (Gay) Racism Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Anthos, Bottoms, and Anal Sex in Troye Sivan's “Bloom” Download PDF
Chapter  32:  How Much Does It Take? Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Irreversible Damage Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Disidentification (as a Survival Strategy for Religious Trauma) Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Resilient Closets, Addressivity, and Opening Pandora's Box Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Rhetoric of the Invisible (or, How Bisexual People Demand to be Seen) Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Sexual Assaults, Queer Panics Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Anti-Normativity under Duress Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Lettering Me Queer Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Chronicity Rhetoric as Queercrip Activism Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Rhetorical Work Download PDF
Chapter  42:  On Taking the Bottom's Stance, or Not Your Typical Submissive Download PDF
Chapter  43:  “Soft Armor” for Ugly Bodies Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Dear Queer Memoir Writers … Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Queer Rhetorics as Intervention Methods Download PDF
Chapter  46:  The Fabulous Rhetorics of Queer Inhumanity Download PDF
Chapter  47:  The Queer Babadook Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Rhetorics of Gay Future and Queer Futurity Download PDF
Chapter  49:  (Queer) Optimism Ain't (Im)Possible Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Between Queer and Digital Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Queering the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Cuir-ing Queer  Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Queer Hauntings, Queer Renewings Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Pathological Desire, Perverse Erotics, and Paraphiliac Entelechies Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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